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No passport, no ticket, no problem: 11-year-old flies from UK to...

An 11-year-old boy boarded a plane from Manchester to Rome on his own without a passport, tickets or boarding pass.

How to travel around Europe without a passport, money or a...

(eTN) - I just returned from a new experience - getting around Europe without an ID, without a passport, and without any money. And people make a fuss about making their way through the airports.

US citizens have special Saturday application hours with Passport Day

WASHINGTON, DC - Quite a bit of media attention is in full tilt for the US State Department’s scheduled “Passport Day,” to be held on Saturday, September 17, 2011.

Travel Document Systems opens Houston location

HOUSTON, Texas - Travel Document Systems, Inc. (TDS), an industry leader in expedited visa and passport processing, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Direct Passport & Visa Service.

Ensure safe summer travels with a current passport for your child

The advent of the summer season brings schoolchildren, newly released from the confines of the classroom, ready to explore the outside world, make new friends, and enjoy new experiences.

Travelers lean on specialists to streamline international travel preparation

With the economy just beginning a slow rebound after several difficult years, travelers are resuming exploration around the globe.

Reviews continue to stream in for Seychelles carnival of carnivals

Under the heading of, Eye Witness, to reconfirm that they had personally traveled to Seychelles to see for themselves the Seychelles carnival of carnivals, “Island on Parade” is the title given to

Indonesia ports ready to start biometric screening

Adisucipto International Airport (JOG) serving Yogyakarta in Java will be the first airport in Indonesia to introduce

New push for common visa in East Africa

Members of the East African Legislative Assembly have pushed once again to introduce a common tourist visa for the East African region, raising fresh hopes that this might materialize, subject to over

New Zealand will give Taiwanese visa-free privileges

Joining the ranks of Britain and Ireland, New Zealand will become the third country this year to grant visa-free privileges to visitors from Taiwan, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced to

Tourism hurt by passport policy

John King, a used- and rare-book dealer in downtown Detroit, loves piling friends in his car and taking off for a wonderful Chinese or Italian meal in Windsor.

Tourist’s passport stolen by parrot

TE ANA, New Zealand - Police in New Zealand said a Scottish tourist's passport was stolen by a kea, a large wild parrot, during a bus tour in the Fiordland region.

Your middle name could be trouble

If your passport or driver's license includes a full middle name that you don't normally use, you will have to include that name on your ticket the next time you fly within the United States and by De

If you were born in US you are a US citizen....

WESLACO, Texas -- In the archives of local institutions, Juan Aranda's life is firmly rooted in this small south Texas town.

Wartime generation to give 500,000th free passport

LONDON (August 6, 2008) - Home Office Minister Lord Alan West will meet with the recipient of the 500,000th free passport issued to people from Britain's wartime generation tomorrow, Thursday, August

That tricky blue book

With time on your side, renewing a passport is pretty straightforward: fill out a form and send it to a processing center in Philadelphia along with your existing passport, a pair of photographs and a

Gulf unites with new passport

(eTN) - In the latest move towards regional cooperation among the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries – Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain – a Kuwaiti official this week announced plans to accept the new Gulf passport, starting next May.

2007: A winning year in tourism

(eTN) – As we begin yet another year, tourism trends do not look bleak, just yet. The sustained growth rate of the past 10 years will continue with full year growth rates estimated at 5.7 percent average. Growth will be driven by the emerging markets and the developing countries.