From passport questions to travel advisories, here’s what you need to know for your international travel plans.
International Travel Information
Fresno Yosemite International Airport offers nonstop flights to Guadalajara, Leon, Morelia and Mexico City and welcomes travelers from around the world. Below are helpful links to assist you with planning your international trip.
Currency Exchange Services
Fresno Yosemite International Airport does not offer currency exchange services.
U.S. Department of State
The U.S. Department of State offers information on international travel requirements, Visa and Passport services, travel tips and country-specific information.
For more information visit travel.state.gov.
The National Passport Information Center is available to answer your questions regarding the passport application process, application forms, necessary documents, fees, where to apply, and more via phone and e-mail.
For 24/7 automated passport information or to make an appointment at a passport agency, please contact National Passport Center
Hours, excluding all Federal Holidays:
Monday- Friday: 8:00 am to 10:00 pm Eastern Time
From the U.S. +1.877.487.2778
From the U.S. +1.888.874.7793 (TTY/TTD)
Smart Traveler Enrollment Program
Travelers Health Information
Two airlines offer nonstop flights between Fresno and Guadalajara, Leon, Mexico City and Morelia, Mexico:
Fresno Yosemite International Airport reminds travelers that international and domestic travel requirements are different. Passengers are encouraged to prepare for travel by reviewing the following information.
For travel information, passport and document renewals contact the Consulado De Carrera Mexico En Fresno.
Para información sobre documentos, pasaportes y información del consulado visite
Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
International travelers arriving at the airport must complete the CBP clearance process at the Airport Federal Inspection Station (Customs). Knowing what to expect, learning about traveler entry forms, agricultural products allowed and prohibited, duty items, and other information about the process will help you move quickly through the CBP screening.
For additional information visit CBP.gov or view the CBP Video Gallery for helpful videos including “Know Before You Go” and “You’ve Arrived”.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 4:00PM-8:00PM; Saturday and Sunday 8:00PM-4:00AM
Travelers must declare fruits, vegetables, plants, cut flowers, meat and animal products, and live animals