If you frequently operate between the United States and the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, you should consider applying for a Border Overflight Exemption (BOE) to streamline your missions.
With a BOE, you can overfly the first designated Airport of Entry (AOE) and operate instead directly to your destination in the U.S. This exemption applies when arriving into the U.S. from below the 30th parallel in the Eastern U.S., and below the 33rd parallel in the Western U.S.
With BOE status you can optimize mission itineraries, improve safety by reducing takeoff/landing cycles, and reduces fuel and maintenance expenses.
Learn how to streamline your ops for frequent trips between the U.S. and the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, and South America.
Issues continue to occur, from time to time, with general aviation (GA) passengers arriving without visas or with incorrect visas. Every month we’re aware of passengers arriving in the U.S. with Electronic System for Travel Authorizations (ESTAs) aboard GA aircraft that are not Visa Waiver Program (VWP) signatory carriers.