NBAA has partnered with Arinc Direct to offer a new online tool to help members comply with U.S. Customs’ electronic Advance Passenger Information System (eApis) requirements. Customs requires aircraft operators to electronically submit passenger manifest and aircraft information before departure for all international flights to or from the U.S. The electronic Apis transmission service, which costs $25 per flight, meets all applicable regulatory requirements and has been fully approved by CBP officials, NBAA said.
NBAA Offering eApis Tool for Members
- September 29, 2009, 11:44 AM