We have provided the following links to help you prepare for your upcoming tours. Please follow these links to answer questions you may have about your travel conditions and services.

* AIST is not affiliated with any of these links.


Obviously, the safety of our travelers going abroad is always our first priority.

As for right now, we do not have any security or safety concerns regarding our athletes going to Europe, more specifically going to the respective destinations of your tour. There are no current threats towards these destinations and there haven’t been any reliable threats in the past. We certainly don’t expect that to change.

There is one golden safety rule we usually use when traveling the world. Check the US government website for travel alerts, which tells you exactly what places in the world are safe to go to and what places are not.  Current travel alert:  http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/alertswarnings/europe-travel-alert.html

Re: Terrorism

“As we all know, terrorist attacks can and unfortunately do happen anywhere in the world at any given time – Boston, Los Angeles, Paris, Brussels, Ankara, Beirut and most recently Las Vegas.  All we can do is to live our lives as normal as we can and be more vigilant. We must make sure we don’t give into the fear the terrorists want to instill into us, because only then they will prevail.”  Chad Wilkinson – President AIST.

ID Law for international & domestic travel:

Oct 1, 2020 Every air traveler will need a REAL ID complaint license, or another acceptable identification for domestic air travel. If you cannot provide an acceptable form of identification, you will not be permitted through the security checkpoint.

To check if your state is complaint   http://dhs.gov/read-id

All customers traveling internationally will be required to obtain and carry necessary and pertinent travel documents including but not limited to, Passport, Business VISA, permanent or semi-permanent Work VISA, Student VISA, Transit VISA, Advanced Parole etc… Traveler is responsible for the review of travel restrictions to determine and obtain all required travel documentation ahead of the originating travel date as may be necessary.


Passports must have at least six months of validity when traveling internationally. Most countries will not permit a traveler to enter their country unless the passport is set to expire at least six months after the final day of travel.  PLEASE CHECK YOUR PASSPORT!

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