Using this page you may deliver
API messages using UN/EDIFACT or US/EDIFACT
formats. You may also select any details you should
require regarding reception of API (Avanced
Passenger Information) messages by Customs.
In order to deliver API messages
you must authenticate yourself when activating this
option. To gain access, you should previously send
your user´s name and the proposed password. These data
should be sent via e-mail to our specialists
In this Site you will find “Help”
for delivering API messages directly and even the
necessary software to create API messages.
If you do not have access to the
said Site, there are two options for delivering API
messages, i.e, sending them as enclosed messages to:
HAVADCU and/or email:
Should you want to run tests of API
messages delivery you will have to assume flight
numbers with your Airline code followed by four zero
numbers, i.e.; CU0000, OW0000, AA0000, 3M0000, etc.
Reception of messages by our server
is published and after 15 minutes they are deleted.
Should you desire to check if API messages have been
correctly delivered, please select “Aceptado”
(Accepted”) and the relevant Airport. If the message
is not shown you should enter through “Rechazados”
(Rejected). Should the message not be shown you should
enter through “Mensajes Indefinidos” (Undefined
A page of accepted and rejected
messages during the past 24-hour period is shown for
In case of rejected messages a link
has been provided with a page explaining the causes
for the rejection.
Messages received but not complying
with the required format and requirements shall be
We expect that the information
provided in this Site probes useful to you.
We are open to and welcome any
suggestions conveyed to us for the improvement of this