A passport is needed to fly to Mexico, Canada, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Bermuda (as of Jan. 23, 2007).
Homeland Security issued a temporary ruling in June 2007 that allowed air travelers to fly as long as they carried proof that their passports were pending, but that allowance expired Sept. 30, 2007.
Land and Sea Travel:
Jan. 28, 2008: U.S. and Canadian citizens will need to present either 1) a WHTI-compliant document (e.g. a passport), OR 2) a government-issued photo ID (such as a driver's license), AND proof of citizenship (such as a birth certificate).
At some date in the summer of 2008, land and sea travel will require having either a U.S. passport; a U.S. passport card; a trusted traveler card such as NEXUS, FAST, or SENTRI; a valid Merchant Mariner Document (MMD) when traveling in conjunction with official maritime business; or a valid U.S. Military identification card when traveling on official orders.
For more information, call the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-487-2778, or go to www.travel.state.gov.
Yes, they do.
Yes, you do.
Yes you do.
yes you do. you need a passport to fly anywhere outside of the United States.
You will need a pilots license, ID/passport to fly into Canada or Mexico.
Yes they do.
Yes, you do.
Your Mexican passport.
no if you are flying from a state in Mexico to another state in Mexico you don't need one
Yes you will need a passport. For details, references, and links, please also see "Do you need a passport to travel from the US to Mexico?".
Yes, because you need it to come back in. You need your passport to travel anywhere in the world.
Yes, you need a passport to go from the U.S. to Mexico because Mexico is not part of the U.S. If you were going to a U.S. territory and you were a U.S. citizen, you would not need a passport.