From North America, to Asia, most of the developed world is covered by ATA carnets, please read on for a full breakdown:
A-Z Listing Of ATA Carnet Countries
Europe – Countries in blue below are only included to show a complete membership list of the ATA carnet system.
An ATA Carnet is not required for travel between the UK and most European countries (those in blue). Please note 2 exceptions:
1. Norway is not an EU member – ATA Carnets ARE required between UK & Norway
2. The Spanish territories of the Canary Islands require an ATA Carnet
Further Details – Countries in red text below are provided with detailed information pages, just click on the country.
- Albania – Algeria – Andorra – Australia – Austria
- Bahrain – Belarus – Belgium – Bosnia & Herzegovina – Botswana – Brazil – Bulgaria
- Canada – Canary Islands – Chile – China – Cote D’Ivoire – Croatia – Cyprus – Czech Republic
- Finland – France
- Germany – Gibraltar – Greece
- Hong Kong – Hungary
- Iceland – India – Indonesia – Iran – Ireland – Israel – Italy
- Korea – Kazakhstan
- Latvia – Lebanon – Lithuania – Luxembourg
- Macao – Macedonia – Madagascar – Malaysia – Malta – Mauritius – Mexico – Moldova – Mongolia – Montenegro – Morocco
- Netherlands – New Zealand – Norway
- Pakistan – Poland – Portugal
- Romania – Russia
- Senegal – Serbia – Singapore – Slovakia – Slovenia – South Africa – Spain – Sri Lanka – Sweden – Switzerland
- Taiwan – Thailand – Tunisia – Turkey
- Ukraine – United Arab Emirates – United Kingdom – United States of America
We try to provide an accurate list of the main ATA Carnet countries. Still worth bearing in mind that a few further locations can have a connection to the scheme.
A number of French, Spanish and US dependencies range from usable transit points, to partial, or more complete members. There are even circumstances where you could use an ATA carnet for travel to Antarctica.
Rather than include the above in our countries list, we ask that you give our support team a call to check on the current position. They can offer clarity on ATA Carnet usage at a wide range of secondary destinations.