Trip requirements

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Arrive prepared for your flight and avoid inconvenience to enter your destination.

Check the travel requirements for each of them:

Choose your destination:
Flights in San Andres:
  • The following documents are required to be admitted in San Andres:
    • Colombian ID or valid passport in good condition.
    • Return ticket, which cannot exceed 30 days from the departure date.
    • Tourist Card (value determined by the island\u2019s regulations) at the check-in counter prior to boarding (payment in cash).
      Exception: Children age 7 and under or those passengers who will stay on the island less than 24 hours.
    • All passengers must present a hotel reservation or provide the address of the place they will be staying at during their visit to San Andres.
    • The maximum length of stay for visitors who are staying with friends or family is 15 days. These travelers need to present a temporary stay permit issued by the Control, Transit and Residence Office of San Andres (OCCRE, by its Spanish acronym) during the check-in and boarding process.
      Wingo will deny boarding to those travelers who fail to present a valid return ticket or to comply with the requirements set out by the OCCRE.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Domestic flights:
  • For domestic Wingo flights, passengers must show:
    • Adults (ages 18 and older): National ID, Foreign Resident ID or valid Passport in good contidion.
    • Minors (ages 2 - 17): Colombian Citizens: Minor identity card or birth certificate (minors under 7). Foreign Nationals: Valid passport in good condition.
    • Infants (under 2 years old): Colombian Citizens: adults traveling with infants will need to show the infants' birth certificate. Foreing Nationals: Valid passport in good condition.

    Check our Recommendations for Minors
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Aruba:
  • The following documents are required to be admitted in Aruba:
    • Valid passport, which must not expire within 6 months after your departure date.
    • Return ticket to country of origin and documentation to be admitted in a different destination country.
    • Proof of hotel or apartment reservation.
    • Immigration authorities may request satisfactory proof that passengers have sufficient means to pay for accommodation and travel expenses during their stay in Aruba (US $150 per day of stay), either in cash, credit cards or both, or an affidavit by a legal resident of Aruba stating that such resident will cover the passenger's stay.
    • Entry visa in compliance with the provisions for entry visas by the Department of Immigration of Aruba. Check if you need to apply for a visa on the website of Department of Immigration of Aruba.
    • An International Yellow Fever Vaccination or Prophylaxis Certificate (ICVP) is required for travelers arriving from countries with risk of active yellow fever transmission according to the WHO. Check vaccine information.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Colombia:
  • The following documentation is required to be admitted in Colombia:
    • Valid passport in good condition.
    • Return ticket and documentation to be admitted in a different destination country.
    • Citizens of some countries need to apply for a visa. Check with the Colombian Consulate of your country.
      Check the list of countries need to apply for a visa on the website of the Colombian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
    • Immigration authorities may request proof of economic solvency to pay for travel expenses.
  • We recommend having an International Yellow Fever Vaccination or Prophylaxis Certificate (ICVP) for travelers arriving from countries with risk of active yellow fever transmission according to the WHO. Check vaccine information.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Costa Rica:
  • The following documents are required to be admitted in Costa Rica:
    • Passport must be valid for at least six months after the entry date.
    • Printed return ticket and any required document to be admitted in another destination country.
    • Proof of economic solvency, with a minimum of US $100 per month of stay in the country.
    • Valid hotel or apartment reservation.
    • Entry visa, which will depend on your nationality, travel purpose, residence country and duration of stay.
      Exceptions:
      -Visa will not be required for Colombian nationals staying less than 30 days if already holding a multiple-entry visa issued by Canada or a multiple-entry B1, B2 or D visa issued by the United States.
      -US, Canadian and European citizens are not required an entry visa. The maximum duration of stay for these citizens is 90 days.
    • Check the website of the Costa Rican Migration Office for further information.
    • An International Yellow Fever Vaccination or Prophylaxis Certificate (ICVP) is required for travelers arriving from countries with risk of active yellow fever transmission according to the WHO. Check vaccine information.
    • We recommend having a Malaria Vaccination Certificate.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Cuba:
  • The following documentation is required to be admitted in Cuba:
    • Valid passport in good condition.
    • Return ticket and documentation to be admitted in a different destination country.
    • Tourist card, which may be purchased at Wingo's check-in counters, at Cuba Consulates or Travel Agencies.
    • Business visa, for those visiting Cuba for work or business purposes.
    • Proof of economic solvency to pay for travel expenses.
    • Hotel reservation or copy of invitation letter.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Curaçao:
  • The following documentation is required to be admitted in Curaçao:
    • Valid passport, which must not expire within 6 months after your departure date
    • Return ticket not exceeding 90 days.
    • Sufficient funds for accommodation and maintenance.
    • The documents necessary to re-enter the country of origin or to travel to another country.
    • Hotel or apartment reservation.
    • Visa according to country of origin. The visa must be requested at least one month in advance in any of the representations of the Netherlands (in the corresponding country).
    • Comple the immigration card on dicardcuracao.com and take it in digital or printed form.
  • An International Yellow Fever Vaccination or Prophylaxis Certificate (ICVP) is required for travelers arriving from countries with risk of active yellow fever transmission according to the WHO. Check vaccine information.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Ecuador:
  • The following documentation is required to be admitted in Ecuador:
    • Valid passport in good condition.
    • Return ticket and documentation to be admitted in a different destination country.
    • Proof of economic solvency to pay for travel expenses.
    • Visa, if applicable.
      Citizens of the following countries require a visa to be admitted in Ecuador: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, Senegal, Cuba, Venezuela.
    Check the website of the Ministry of Government of Ecuador for further information.
  • We recommend having an International Yellow Fever Vaccination or Prophylaxis Certificate (ICVP) for travelers arriving from countries with risk of active yellow fever transmission according to the WHO Check vaccine information.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Mexico:
  • The following documentation is required to be admitted in Mexico:
    • Valid passport (without any damages that may prevent immigration authorities from reading it properly).
    • Return ticket and any documents required to be admitted in another destination country.
    • Visa depending on nationality and purpose of travel. Check the website of the Mexican National Migration Institute for further information.
    • Proof of economic solvency to pay for travel expenses.
    • Mexican authorities (Mexican National Migration Institute) may reques proof of your purpose of travel and are entitled to allow or deny your entry in Mexico. Keep in mind that this decision is not attributable to the airline.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Panama-Pacifico:
  • Wingo operates at Panama-Pacifico International Airport, previously known as Howard Military Base. The following documentation is required to be admitted in Panama:
    • Valid passport, which must be in good contidion, not showing any damage and allowing proper reading and which must not expire within the next 90 days.
    • Printed return ticket and, which must not exceed 90 days, and admittance documentation.
    • Proof of economic solvency (each passenger must bring USD$500 in cash or a credit card with a USD$500 limit, and a certificate issued by your bank proving such limit is available on credit card to withdraw cash from ATMs).
    • Visa, if applicable.
      Venezuelan and Cuban citizens need to have a visa to be admitted in Panama.
    • Check the website of the Tourist Authority of Panama for further information
  • We recommend having an International Yellow Fever Vaccination or Prophylaxis Certificate (ICVP) for travelers arriving from countries with risk of active yellow fever transmission according to the WHO Check vaccine information.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Republica Dominicana:
  • The following documents are required to be admitted in the Dominican Republic:
    • Valid passport in good conditions.
    • Return ticket and documentation to be admitted in a different destination country. If your departure ticket was issued by another airline, you will need to show a copy of the paid reservation, since unpaid reservation will not be considered valid
    • Citizens of some countries need to apply for a visa, which depends on the passenger's nationality and the purpose of travel
    • Check the website of the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic for further information.
  • We recommend having an International Yellow Fever Vaccination or Prophylaxis Certificate (ICVP) for travelers arriving from countries with risk of active yellow fever transmission according to the WHO Check vaccine information.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Venezuela:
  • If you choose the option to check in and print your boarding pass at the airport or if you need to check baggage, keep in mind that we will be available at our airport counter three to two hours before the departure of your flight.
    The following documents are required to be admitted in Venezuela:
    • Valid passport, which must not expire within 6 months after your departure date. You must keep it until you leave the country.
    • Return ticket and documentation to be admitted in a different destination country.
    • Hotel reservation or notarized invitation letter, which must include the personal information, address and telephone number of the person making the invitation.
    • Citizens of some countries need to apply for a visa, which depends on the passenger's nationality and the purpose of travel.
  • An International Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate is required for travelers arriving from countries with risk of active yellow fever transmission according to the WHO. Check vaccine information.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
Flights in Lima:
  • The following documents are required to be admitted in Peru:
    • Passport in good condition and valid for at least 6 months after the date of entry.
    • Citizens of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia and Chile may enter Peru by presenting their national ID.
    • The maximum stay granted by Peruvian authorities is 183 days (not to be extended). If the stay will be longer for purposes other than tourism (business, study, work, etc.) the passenger needs to apply for the relevant type of visa.
    • Visa if applicable.
    • Citizens of Venezuela need a visa to enter Peru. Visa information.
    • Check the website of the Tourism Authority of Peru.
  • No vaccinations are required to enter Peru. If you are visiting the country\u2019s Amazonian region, the Ministry of Health recommends getting a Yellow Fever vaccine prior to your visit.
  • Such documents may vary depending on the passenger's country of origin and nationality. Passengers are responsible for checking the necessary documentation on the websites of each country\u2019s immigration authorities.
    Passengers are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation (passports, visas, tourist cards) and any additional or special document or requirement provided by the regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries. Therefore, the airline may refrain from carrying those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.
    Passengers must keep in mind that some immigration regulations require Wingo to ensure all passengers -who are not citizens or legal residents of the destination country- have a means of transportation (depending on the authority and its regulations) to leave the destination country.
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Consider:

The entry requirements for each country may vary depending on the country of origin and citizenship of each passenger.

Keep in mind that some immigration authorities require Wingo to ensure that all passengers comply with the entry requirements of the relevant country prior to boarding. Therefore, the airline may deny boarding to those passengers who fail to fully comply with such requirements.

We want you to fly happily, so make sure you check all the requirements and documents you need in advance. Embassies and consulates may change travel requirements without prior notice.

Keep in mind that you are responsible for carrying all the necessary travel documentation –such as passports, visas and tourist cards– as well as any additional or special document or requirement provided by the effective regulations of the departure, transit or destination countries.

You should keep in mind that the different immigration authorities have the power to allow or not to enter the country and that this decision is completely foreign to Wingo.