| requires all general aviation pilots departing from or arriving in the United States to provide pilot information, aircraft information, and passenger manifest to the government at least 60 minutes prior to departure.
now requires all pilots to submit Advanced Passenger Information (APIS) to the Mexican government before every flight entering or exiting Mexico. Failure to comply with these regulations could result in fines of up to $5,000 (US) per day. Pilots are required to call within 30 minutes of departure and after the cabin door is closed.
stands for Caribbean Community. CARICOM was originally established in 2007 and is being strictly enforced at present, however, not all of the 15 CARICOM member countries take part in electronic APIS. CARICOM is required for all international flights to/from countries and between CARICOM countries.
|US eAPIS Service|
Our system is certified by CBP for Parts 91, 135, and 121 and offers:
- A CBP-approved electronic data interchange system
- Aircraft, crew, and passenger information storage for future retrieval
- PDFs of General Declarations and Customs Form 178
- Secure SSL Technology encryption protects your data and ensures your privacy
- Unlimited manifests with no additional fees for U.S. flights
Mexican APIS Manifest Submission Service
FltPlan is an approved provider of APIS data to the Mexican government. Our system meets Mexican entry/exit requirements and uses an electronic data interchange system approved by Mexican INM.
In addition to all of the US eAPIS Service features, above, our Mexican Manifest service offers a dedicated, 24 hour FltPlan phone line. After you create your manifest, just call and we will submit the manifest for you.
CARICOM • Caribbean APIS Service
FltPlan's CARICOM system meets Caribbean entry/exit requirements and uses an approved electronic data interchange system.
If you are flying to or from the U.S. and arriving to or departing from an airport or country that requires CARICOM, your U.S. eAPIS manifest will be automatically submitted to fulfill the CARICOM requirements. This service includes unlimited manifests with no additional fees.
For intra-Caribbean flights or flights arriving outside of the U.S. from a CARICOM airport or country, you will be prompted to file a manifest when you create your flight plan.
CARICOM countries that require electronic APIS include:
CARICOM airports that require electronic APIS include:
- Antigua and Barbuda
- St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- MKBS – Boscobel Rios, Jamaica
- MKJP – Norman Manley INTL Kingston, Jamaica
- MKJS – Sangster INTL Montego Bay, Jamaica
- MKTP – Tinson Pen Kingston, Jamaica
- SYCJ – Cheddi Jagan INTL Georgetown, Guyana
- SYGO – Ogle Airport Georgetown, Guyana
- TAPA – V C Bird INTL, St. Johns, Antigua
- TBPB – Grantley Adams INTL Bridgetown, Barbados
- TDPD – Melville Hall Roseau, Dominica
- TGPY – Point Salines INTL St. Georges, Grenada
- TKPK – Robert L Bradshaw Basseterre, St. Christopher (Saint Kitts)
- TKPN – Vance Winkworth Amory INTL Charlestown, Nevis
- TLPC – George F L Charles Castries, St. Lucia
- TLPL – Hewanorra INTL Vieux Fort, St. Lucia
- TTCP – Crown Point Scarborough, Tobago
- TVSC – Canouan, Canouan Island, St. Vincent & the Grenadines
- TVSV – JOSHUA Kingstown, St. Vincent & Grenadines
For more information, or to sign up for these services, call our Premium Services office.
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