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ESTA for U.S. Citizens?

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This is probably a dumb question, but I just wanted to make sure.

I booked a flight from Oslo to New York (I am a U.S. citizen), and the booking confirmation page asked for my passport information, and also ESTA information.

ESTA is a visa process, only something that visitors to the United States from other countries need, is that correct?

Am I correct that the only thing I will need to return to the U.S. is my passport?

Thanks in advance, it's my first international trip and I don't want to make a screw up with something like paperwork.

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