USA – Secure Flight Programme

Recent changes by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) require all passengers travelling through U.S. Airspace and with U.S. carriers to provide Secure Flight Passenger Data. If John Proctor Travel do not provide airlines with this information on your behalf we have been advised that reservations may be subject to automatic cancellation, additional charges and/or denied boarding.

Airlines will be ensuring compliance by using automated systems and this means in order to protect all reservations made by JPT, we will now be asking for the following passenger information for all international travel:

  • Full passenger name (as per passport)
  • Gender
  • Date of birth

In addition to the above data, any passengers that have a ‘redress number’ issued by the TSA should inform JPT of this in order to help prevent the misidentification of passengers who have names similar to individuals on government watch-lists.

For additional information on the TSA Secure flight programme please visit:

We would like to assure you that this data will be passed only to the airline(s) relevant to your reservation that may require it for security/immigration procedures. JPT will not pass the data to any other parties except where required to by law.

JPT would like to thank you in advance for your co-operation in this matter.

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