Argentina Aviation: passengers required to provide more information in crackdown

Posted on September 28, 2014 • Filed under: Argentina, Travel Aviation reported the Argentine government announced that airlines for both commercial and non commercial flights will be required to deliver further information of its passengers to the National Migrations Office, the AFIP tax bureau, Airport Police and Civil Aviation National Administration (ANAC). AFIP and Airport Police joint resolution 3667 establishes that in 180 days from now, airlines will have to deliver more information, organized in 31 categories, of each registered passenger. The document argues that the new legal framework will enable the Argentine government to have “unique, updated real-time information to optimize control and supervision processes, simplify customs, migration and airport security procedures.” Read Article

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