• Check the status of your flight before going to the airport. Flights and ticket counter hours may change daily without prior notice.


  • Plan on arriving 3-4 hours early for international  flights and 2-3 hours early for domestic flights due to new TSA procedures.


  • Bring your own face covering to use. You may be required by local law to wear a face covering in the airport where your trip begins, where it ends or where you connect. There are limited quantities of face coverings and will not be available to all guests. Don’t be left behind because you did not bring one.


  • You may be required to have your temperature checked or other bio-metric screening.  This applies to departing and arrival airports.


  • Curbside check in may not be available at all airports.


  • TSA is currently allowing one 12-ounce liquid hand sanitizer per passenger in carry-on bags until further notice. It will be screened separately from your other carry-on items. This may change at any time, so plan accordingly. All other liquids, gels, and aerosols are still limited to 3.4 ounces if carried in a one-quart size bag.


  • TSA and the airlines are practicing social distancing to reduce direct contact between agents and travelers.


  • Expect regulated distancing between travelers at security checkpoint lines and the flow of people through security locations. Boarding and de-planning procedures will also be regulated. They may be limiting the number of people allowed to enter the walkways, boarding lines may not be allowed. 

     - at the airport -

  • A face covering is required, except for very young children or anyone with a condition that prevents them from wearing one*. 


  • Please bring your own face covering to use.  There are limited quantities of face coverings and will not be available to all guests. Don’t be left behind because you did not bring one.


  • Ensure your face covering is on before you board the plane and wear it during your flight.


  • Your face covering may be removed to eat or drink, please put it back on when done.


  • Food and beverage service may not be offered at this time. If you want to snack, plan on packing it. Alcohol beverages may not be available. Water, canned drinks, and juice may be by request only.

    *A face covering may be a mask or any secured cloth such as a scarf or bandana that covers your nose and mouth

Traveling during covid-19

what to expect

Travel & Event Planning

     - While flying -