Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

COVID-19

Updated September 28, 2021

TSA Response to COVID-19

The Transportation Security Administration continues to adjust its security operations during the COVID-19 global pandemic. We established this webpage to provide resources and information to assist passengers who travel during this time. TSA is ready to meet the current and future security needs of the nation’s transportation systems and remains dedicated to keeping travelers and our frontline workforce healthy and secure.

For the latest press releases and statements related to COVID-19, please visit our media page.

Face Masks Now Required

The Transportation Security Administration has implemented the Executive Order on face masks at airport security checkpoints and throughout the transportation network when indoors. For more information, please read our latest press release.

Stay Healthy. Stay Secure.

TSA launched the “Stay Healthy. Stay Secure.” campaign, which details proactive and protective measures we have implemented at security checkpoints to make the screening process safer for passengers and our workforce by reducing the potential of exposure to the coronavirus. The campaign includes guidance and resources to help passengers prepare for the security screening process in the COVID environment.

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Traveling During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Travelers are reminded to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) travel guidance as well as local and state advisories regarding COVID-19.  Starting February 2, 2021, all airline travelers must wear a face mask throughout the travel experience when indoors. You will be asked to adjust your mask for ID verification or if it alarms the security screening equipment.

Travelers are also encouraged to:

  • Maintain a social distance of six feet wherever possible while at the checkpoint.
  • Remove belts and all personal items from your pockets such as wallets, keys or phones before you enter the checkpoint queue and place them in your carry-on bag.  (Does not apply to TSA PreCheck® members).
  • Practice good hygiene, such as washing your hands regularly, including directly before and after completing the security screening process. If it is not possible to wash your hands, please use hand sanitizer.
  • Arrive at the airport early to allow adequate time for checking bags, completing security screening and getting to the departure gate. COVID-19 has affected staffing and operations across the airport environment, potentially adding time to your pre-flight experience.

Employees or travelers who believe they may have been in contact with a person who has COVID-19 should consult with their healthcare provider. Employees or travelers who have tested positive for COVID-19 should seek medical attention and follow the guidance of their healthcare provider and local health department.

Passenger Volumes

Security Checkpoints

While security is TSA’s top priority, the health and safety of our employees and the traveling public is of utmost importance to us. TSA remains in close communication with medical professionals, the CDC, and various government agencies as we continue to carry out our important mission. Below are some adjustments TSA has made at security checkpoints to make the security screening process safer.

  • Social Distancing

Social distanceTSA has implemented procedures to increase social distancing and reduce direct contact between our employees and the traveling public whenever possible – without compromising security. Adjustments include increasing distance between passengers as they enter the security checkpoint queue and throughout the screening process, placing visual reminders of appropriate spacing on checkpoint floors, and opening more checkpoint lanes where possible to reduce time spent in line.

  • Reduced Physical Contact

Social distanceTSA is implementing a phased installation of acrylic barriers at various points throughout the checkpoint that require interaction between passengers and TSA officers. Travelers should keep possession of their boarding pass, place it on the document scanner and show the boarding pass to the TSA officer for visual inspection while at the travel document checking station.

  • Personal Protective Equipment

Social distanceTSA officers are required to wear face mask and gloves. They may also choose to wear eye protection or clear plastic face shields. In addition, TSA officers change their gloves following each pat-down and upon passenger request.

  • Cleaning and Disinfecting

CleaningTSA has increased the frequency and intensity of cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched surfaces throughout the checkpoint including security screening equipment and bins. TSA officers are also required to change Explosives Trace Detection swabs after each use.

  • Medical Exemption for Hand Sanitizer

Hand SanitizerAs a temporary exemption from the 3-1-1 rule, TSA is allowing one oversized liquid hand sanitizer container, up to 12 ounces per passenger, in carry-on bags. Since these containers exceed the standard allowance typically permitted through a checkpoint, they will need to be screened separately. This will add some time to your checkpoint screening experience. Please keep in mind that all other liquids, gels and aerosols brought to a checkpoint continue to be limited to 3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters carried in a one quart-size bag. TSA’s special procedures for traveling with medication.

  • Touchless Technology

Touchless TechnologyNew technology continues to be a major priority for TSA. Here are just a few examples of technologies that are changing the way we do business: 1) Computed Tomography (CT) produces high-quality, 3-D images for a more thorough visual analysis of a bag’s contents. 2) Enhanced Advanced Imaging Technology (eAIT) safely screens passengers without physical contact for threats such as weapons and explosives, which may be hidden under a passenger’s clothing. 3) Credential Authentication Technology (CAT) machines automatically verify identification documents presented by passengers during the security screening process.

  • Expired Driver’s License and REAL ID Extension

RealIDIf your driver's license or state-issued ID expired on or after March 1, 2020, and you are unable to renew at your state driver’s license agency, you may still use it as acceptable identification at the checkpoint. TSA will accept expired driver’s licenses or state-issued ID a year after expiration. DHS has extended the REAL ID enforcement deadline to May 3, 2023. Learn more about REAL ID on TSA’s REAL ID webpage.

TSA PreCheck®

TSA PreCheck® benefits are even more valuable in today’s travel climate. TSA PreCheck passengers spend less time waiting in line and keep their shoes, belts and jackets on during screening and laptops in their carry-ons, reducing overall contact during screening. Visit TSA PreCheck to learn more

Airport Closures and Flight Cancellations

TSA does not make decisions about flight cancellations or airport closures. These decisions are made locally, on a case-by-case basis, by individual airlines, airports and public health officials. Before traveling, passengers should check with their airline and airports of origin and destination for the latest information on closures and cancellations.

Supporting our Workforce

The health and safety of our frontline workforce is paramount to TSA. In addition to the measures taken to protect our frontline workforce from COVID-19 transmission, we are also using our unique authorities to provide them with the additional support and care they deserve during this unprecedented time. This includes: 

  • Granting paid administrative leave or excused absences (rather than requiring use of personal leave) for those who are diagnosed with COVID-19, need to self-quarantine while awaiting a COVID-19 test result, or have had direct contact with an infected individual.
  • Providing for the maximum use of telework to promote social distancing.
  • Affording new protections and alternatives to employees who are members of vulnerable populations to fit their individual situations.

We will continuously evaluate and adapt our procedures and policies to keep our workforce safe as we learn more about this devastating disease and how it spreads.

 

TSA Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

TSA has 434 employees with active COVID-19 infections. Those individuals are staying home to help keep the traveling public safe. Since the beginning of the pandemic, TSA has cumulatively had 10,485 federal employees test positive for COVID-19. 10,053 employees have recovered, and 29 have unfortunately died after contracting the virus. We have also been notified that two screening contractors have passed away due to the virus.

TSA is committed to notifying the public about airport locations where TSA employees or screening contractors have tested positive for COVID-19. The chart below lists airports with confirmed COVID-19 cases and the last date worked for the most recent screening employee who tested positive. It does not include non-airport TSA employees or contractors who have limited or no interaction with the public. Passengers who believe they may have come in contact with an infected individual within the past 14 days should follow the  CDC’s recommendations for travel-associated exposure.

*The chart includes TSA employees and screening contractors who may have had direct interaction with the public at an airport location.

Airport Total Confirmed Cases TSA Screening Officers Non-Screening Employees Last work date of most recent screening officer confirmed case
ABE - Lehigh Valley International 5 4 1 12/28/20
ABI - Abilene Regional 1 1 12/16/20
ABQ - Albuquerque International Sunport 32 28 4 8/5/21
ABR - Aberdeen Regional 2 2 12/11/20
ABY - Southwest Georgia Regional 4 4 7/24/21
ACK - Nantucket Memorial 2 2 3/15/21
ACT - Waco Regional 5 4 1 9/1/21
ACY - Atlantic City International 11 8 3 9/15/21
ADQ - Kodiak Airport 2 2 1/2/21
AEX - Alexandria International 1 1 8/21/21
AGS - Augusta Regional at Bush Field 4 4 7/31/21
AIA - Alliance Municipal 1 1 5/19/20
ALB - Albany International 20 14 6 8/26/21
ALO - Waterloo Regional 3 3 6/1/21
ALS - San Luis Valley Regional/Bergman Field 1 1 12/7/20
ALW - Walla Walla Regional 5 5 8/16/21
AMA - Rick Husband Amarillo International 8 8 8/11/21
ANC - Ted Stevens Anchorage International 40 31 9 9/14/21
AOO - Altoona-Blair County 1 1 12/8/20
APN - Alpena County Regional 1 1 8/24/21
ART - Watertown International 1 1 1/10/21
ASE - Aspen Pitkin County Sardy Field 1 1 11/13/20
ATL - Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International 283 265 18 9/26/21
ATW - Outagamie County Regional 7 7 1/30/21
ATY - Watertown Regional 2 2 12/6/20
AUS - Austin - Bergstrom International 64 59 5 9/12/21
AVL - Asheville Regional 5 5 1/17/21
AVP - Wilkes Barre Scranton International 8 7 1 3/2/21
AZA - Phoenix-Mesa Gateway 16 15 1 8/4/21
AZO - Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International 1 1 10/28/20
BDL - Bradley International 50 45 5 9/19/21
BET - Bethel Airport 4 4 12/14/20
BFD - Bradford Regional 1 1 1/8/21
BFF - Western Neb. Regional/William B. Heilig Field 2 2 5/20/20
BFL - Meadows Field 4 4 12/20/20
BGM - Greater Binghamton/Edwin A. Link Field 1 1 10/11/20
BGR - Bangor International 1 1 9/14/21
BHM - Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International 17 13 4 7/27/21
BIL - Billings Logan International 10 10 8/24/21
BIS - Bismarck Municipal 15 10 5 9/13/21
BJI - Bemidji Regional 1 1 11/28/20
BKG - Branson Airport 1 1 6/7/21
BKW - Raleigh County Memorial 1 1 4/9/21
BLI - Bellingham International 1 1 1/23/21
BLV - Scott AFB/MidAmerica 11 10 1 9/8/21
BMI - Central Illinois Regional 6 6 9/13/21
BNA - Nashville International 63 59 4 9/5/21
BOI - Boise Air Terminal 43 36 7 9/10/21
BOS - Logan International 195 174 21 9/20/21
BPT - Jack Brooks Regional 4 4 8/28/21
BQK - Brunswick Golden Isles 3 3 8/11/21
BQN - Rafael Hernandez 3 3 9/1/21
BRD - Brainerd Lakes Regional 1 1 11/7/20
BRL - Southeast Iowa Regional 1 1 4/18/21
BRO - Brownsville South Padre Island International 8 8 7/15/21
BTR - Baton Rouge Metropolitan/Ryan Field 10 10 8/21/21
BTV - Burlington International 3 2 1 8/21/21
BUF - Buffalo Niagara International 21 19 2 9/18/21
BUR - Bob Hope 40 36 4 8/26/21
BWI - Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall 101 92 9 9/19/21
BZN - Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport 12 12 8/18/21
CAE - Columbia Metropolitan 10 9 1 8/29/21
CAK - Akron-Canton Regional 11 10 1 9/15/21
CDC - Cedar City Regional 4 4 5/24/21
CEC - Jack McNamara Field 1 1 8/20/21
CEZ - Cortez Municipal 2 2 4/3/21
CGI - Cape Girardeau Regional 2 2 12/4/20
CHA - Lovell Field 15 13 2 8/12/21
CHO - Charlottesville Albemarle 3 3 9/23/21
CHS - Charleston AFB/International 26 19 7 9/20/21
CID - The Eastern Iowa 8 7 1 4/8/21
CLE - Cleveland-Hopkins International 51 46 5 9/19/21
CLL - Easterwood Field 5 5 2/28/21
CLT - Charlotte Douglas International 126 108 18 9/24/21
CMH - Columbus Airport 49 40 9 9/19/21
CMI - University of Illinois/Willard 1 1 9/12/21
CMX - Houghton County Memorial 2 2 12/27/20
CNY - Canyonlands Field 2 2 9/3/21
COD - Yellowstone Regional 2 2 8/12/21
COS - City of Colorado Springs Municipal 6 5 1 9/8/21
CPR - Casper/Natrona County International 8 4 4 9/2/21
CRP - Corpus Christi International 12 12 8/13/21
CRW - Yeager 3 1 2 7/11/20
CSG - Columbus Airport 7 7 8/27/21
CVG - Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International 43 36 7 9/19/21
CWA - Central Wisconsin 3 3 8/8/21
CYS - Cheyenne Regional/Jerry Olson Field 1 1 5/3/21
DAB - Daytona Beach International 13 13 9/22/21
DAL - Dallas Love Field 71 62 9 9/16/21
DAY - James M Cox/Dayton International 13 10 3 9/4/21
DCA - Ronald Reagan Washington National 102 98 4 9/27/21
DEC - Decatur Airport 2 2 11/4/20
DEN - Denver International 155 146 9 9/23/21
DFW - Dallas/Fort Worth International 352 323 29 9/24/21
DHN - Dothan Regional 3 3 8/30/21
DIK - Dickinson - Theodore Roosevelt Regional 4 4 8/3/21
DLG - Dillingham Airport 1 1 8/4/20
DLH - Duluth International 5 5 5/6/21
DRO - Durango La Plata County 2 2 9/10/21
DRT - Del Rio International 3 3 1/12/21
DSM - Des Moines International 19 17 2 9/1/21
DTW - Detroit Metro Wayne County 110 98 12 9/24/21
DUJ - DuBois Regional 4 4 8/31/21
EAR - Kearney Regional 2 2 3/14/21
EAT - Pangborn Memorial 2 2 10/23/20
ECP - Northwest Florida Beaches International 24 24 8/9/21
EGE - Eagle County Regional 1 1 4/2/21
ELM - Elmira/Corning Regional 1 1 10/31/20
ELP - El Paso International 18 15 3 8/17/21
ENV - Wendover Airport 1 1 10/26/20
ESC - Delta County 3 3 8/15/21
EUG - Mahlon Sweet Field 7 7 9/14/21
EVV - Evansville Regional 10 9 1 7/30/21
EWN - Coastal Carolina Regional 7 7 9/14/21
EWR - Newark Liberty International 358 339 19 9/14/21
EYW - Key West International Airport 1 1 8/16/21
FAI - Fairbanks International 12 12 9/1/21
FAR - Hector International 10 9 1 7/29/21
FAT - Fresno Yosemite International 18 16 2 9/17/21
FAY - Fayetteville Regional/Grannis Field 8 8 8/8/21
FLG - Flagstaff 5 5 9/20/21
FLL - Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International 372 348 24 9/17/21
FLO - Florence Regional 7 7 9/10/21
FNT - Bishop International 7 7 8/23/21
FOD - Fort Dodge Regional 3 3 9/16/21
FSD - Sioux Falls Regional Airport 8 4 4 12/28/20
FWA - Fort Wayne International 13 12 1 2/5/21
GCC - Gillette Campbell County 1 1 8/28/21
GCK - Garden City Regional 1 1 11/4/20
GDV - Dawson Community Airport 4 4 1/12/21
GEG - Spokane International 32 29 3 9/20/21
GFK - Grand Forks International 3 3 10/3/20
GGG - East Texas Regional 3 3 1/23/21
GGW - Wokal Field/Glasgow Airport 2 2 1/15/21
GJT - Grand Junction Regional 2 2 5/29/21
GNV - Gainesville Regional 4 4 8/29/21
GPI - Glacier Park International Airport 10 10 8/20/21
GPT - Gulfport-Biloxi International 20 15 5 9/15/21
GRB - Austin Straubel International 11 9 2 9/22/21
GRI - Central Nebraska Regional 5 5 11/23/20
GRK - Robert Gray AAF 2 2 8/10/21
GRR - Gerald R. Ford International 17 17 5/23/21
GSO - Central North Carolina International Airport 12 11 1 5/4/21
GSO - Piedmont Triad International 2 2 9/1/21
GSP - Greenville-Spartanburg International 21 20 1 9/7/21
GTF - Great Falls International 6 6 8/18/21
GTR - Golden Triangle Regional 1 1 8/15/21
GUM - Guam International 16 15 1 9/8/21
HDN - Yampa Valley 2 2 7/16/21
HHH - Hilton Head Airport 2 2 1/4/21
HLN - Helena Regional 3 3 9/2/21
HNL - Daniel K. Inouye International Airport 47 43 4 9/23/21
HOB - Lea County Regional 2 2 8/13/21
HOU - William P Hobby 64 57 7 9/20/21
HPN - Westchester County 8 8 8/21/21
HRL - Valley International 6 6 8/29/21
HSV - Huntsville International-Carl T Jones Field 5 4 1 8/20/21
HTS - Tri-State/Milton J. Ferguson Field 4 4 7/13/21
HVN - Tweed New Haven 2 2 4/10/21
HYA - Barnstable Municipal-Boardman/Polando Field 3 3 1/13/21
IAD - Washington Dulles International 95 84 11 9/26/21
IAG - Niagara Falls International 5 5 9/6/21
IAH - George Bush Intercontinental 247 227 20 9/20/21
ICT - Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport 24 20 4 9/23/21
IDA - Idaho Falls Regional 13 13 9/23/21
IFP - Laughlin/Bullhead International 4 4 9/23/21
ILM - Wilmington International 13 13 9/6/21
IMT - Ford 3 3 9/16/21
IND - Indianapolis International 51 43 8 9/21/21
INL - International Falls 1 1 1/19/21
IPL - Imperial County 5 5 11/30/20
IPT - Williamsport Regional 1 1 1/31/21
ISP - Long Island MacArthur 7 7 8/30/21
ITH - Ithaca Tompkins Regional 2 2 2/3/21
ITO - Hilo International 2 2 8/8/21
IWD - Gogebic-Iron County 1 1 12/30/20
JAC - Jackson Hole Airport 9 9 8/20/21
JAN - Jackson Medgar Wiley Evers International 26 21 5 9/26/21
JAX - Jacksonville International 56 45 11 8/30/21
JFK - John F. Kennedy International 446 413 33 9/26/21
JLN - Joplin Regional 10 10 6/8/21
JMS - Jamestown Regional 3 3 7/29/21
JNU - Juneau International 7 5 2 9/16/21
KOA - Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport 8 7 1 9/12/21
LAN - Capital Region International 2 2 1/16/21
LAR - Laramie Regional 1 1 5/7/21
LAS - McCarran International/Las Vegas 264 252 12 9/22/21
LAW - Lawton-Fort Sill Regional 2 2 7/25/21
LAX - Los Angeles International 452 412 40 8/28/21
LBB - Lubbock Preston Smith International 13 10 3 12/19/20
LBE - Arnold Palmer Regional 1 1 12/5/20
LBF - North Platte Regional Airport Lee Bird Field 3 3 12/18/20
LCH - Lake Charles Regional 4 4 9/6/21
LCK - Rickenbacker International 3 3 12/29/20
LEB - Lebanon Municipal 2 2 12/29/20
LEX - Blue Grass 10 9 1 8/19/21
LFT - Lafayette Regional 5 5 8/12/21
LGA - LaGuardia 171 159 12 9/18/21
LGB - Long Beach Airport 11 11 8/27/21
LIH - Lihue Airport 7 6 1 9/13/21
LIT - Bill and Hillary Clinton Nat Adams Field 17 16 1 8/27/21
LNK - Lincoln Airport 3 3 3/23/21
LRD - Laredo International 3 2 1 5/16/21
LWS - Lewiston Nez Perce County 4 4 9/11/21
LYH - Lynchburg Regional/Preston Glenn Field 3 3 12/27/20
MAF - Midland International 17 17 8/17/21
MBL - Manistee County-Blacker 1 1 7/8/21
MBS - MBS International 3 3 4/15/21
MCE - Merced Regional/Macready Field 1 1 12/18/20
MCI - Kansas City International 40 39 1 9/23/21
MCN - Middle Georgia Regional 2 2 8/18/21
MCO - Orlando International 370 349 21 9/24/21
MCW - Mason City Municipal 2 2 12/2/20
MDT - Harrisburg International 11 9 2 5/31/21
MDW - Chicago Midway International 86 80 6 9/6/21
MEI - Key Field 1 1 8/31/20
MEM - Memphis International 38 33 5 9/19/21
MFE - McAllen Miller International 16 16 9/3/21
MFR - Rogue Valley International - Medford 2 2 8/15/21
MGM - Montgomery Regional 4 4 12/12/20
MGW - Morgantown Municipal-Walter L. Bill Hart Field 1 1 3/24/21
MHK - Manhattan Regional 4 4 12/27/20
MHT - Manchester-Boston Regional 11 7 4 4/10/21
MIA - Miami International 517 494 23 9/18/21
MKE - General Mitchell International 37 25 12 9/4/21
MKG - Muskegon County 2 2 11/10/20
MLB - Melbourne International - USA 6 6 8/17/21
MLI - Quad City International 12 9 3 4/23/21
MLU - Monroe Regional 1 1 7/16/21
MOB - Mobile Regional 7 6 1 7/31/21
MOT - Minot International 6 5 1 1/2/21
MQT - Sawyer International 2 2 11/5/20
MRY - Monterey Regional 5 5 8/31/21
MSN - Dane County Regional-Truax Field 12 11 1 4/1/21
MSO - Missoula International 8 7 1 8/28/21
MSP - Minneapolis-St Paul International 112 101 11 9/15/21
MSS - Massena International-Richards Field 1 1 8/28/21
MSY - Louis Armstrong New Orleans International 68 63 5 8/22/21
MTJ - Montrose Regional 4 4 8/19/21
MVY - Martha's Vineyard Airport 1 1 5/15/21
MWA - Williamson County Regional 3 3 9/12/21
MYR - Myrtle Beach International 35 34 1 9/16/21
OAJ - Albert J Ellis 4 4 9/16/21
OAK - Metropolitan Oakland International 38 33 5 9/11/21
OGD - Ogden-Hinckley 2 2 12/7/20
OGG - Kahului Airport 6 6 9/6/21
OKC - Will Rogers World 27 25 2 9/20/21
OMA - Eppley Airfield 32 25 7 9/20/21
OME - Nome Airport 1 1 12/6/20
ONT - Ontario International 29 26 3 1/25/21
ORD - Chicago O'Hare International 347 324 23 9/24/21
ORF - Norfolk International 28 27 1 9/9/21
ORH - Worcester Regional 1 1 4/3/21
OTZ - Ralph Wien Memorial 3 3 9/6/21
OWB - Owensboro Daviess County 1 1 12/31/20
PAE - Snohomish County Airport-Paine Field 6 6 5/7/21
PAH - Barkley Regional 1 1 12/29/20
PBG - Plattsburgh International 2 2 9/8/21
PBI - Palm Beach International 51 50 1 9/18/21
PDX - Portland International 41 37 4 9/22/21
PGD - Punta Gorda Airport 18 18 9/6/21
PGV - Pitt Greenville 2 2 10/6/20
PHF - Newport News/Williamsburg International 3 3 8/13/21
PHL - Philadelphia International 189 177 12 9/25/21
PHX - Phoenix Sky Harbor International 223 201 22 9/24/21
PIA - General Downing - Peoria International 8 7 1 1/4/21
PIB - Hattiesburg-Laurel Regional 1 1 1/8/21
PIE - St Pete Clearwater International 24 23 1 9/23/21
PIH - Pocatello Regional 1 1 11/15/20
PIT - Pittsburgh International 47 37 10 9/23/21
PKB - Mid-Ohio Valley Regional 1 1 10/19/20
PLN - Pellston Regional Airport of Emmet County 2 2 3/21/21
PNS - Pensacola International 17 16 1 9/10/21
PPG - Pago Pago International 1 1 7/21/21
PQI - Northern Maine Regional at Presque Isle 1 1 12/12/20
PSC - Tri Cities 10 10 8/29/21
PSE - Mercedita 1 1 11/16/20
PSG - Petersburg James A Johnson 4 4 7/10/21
PSM - Portsmouth International Airport at Pease 2 2 12/22/20
PSP - Palm Springs International 15 14 1 8/25/21
PUB - Pueblo Memorial 1 1 4/1/21
PUW - Pullman Moscow Regional 3 3 9/7/21
PVD - Theodore Francis Green State 25 23 2 8/20/21
PVU - Provo Municipal 4 4 9/3/21
PWM - Portland International Jetport 8 7 1 9/15/21
RAP - Rapid City Regional 14 13 1 8/31/21
RDD - Redding Municipal 1 1 8/10/21
RDM - Roberts Field 5 5 5/8/21
RDU - Raleigh-Durham International 51 46 5 9/22/21
RFD - Chicago/Rockford International 8 8 4/1/21
RIC - Richmond International 22 18 4 9/19/21
RKS - Rock Springs Sweetwater County 1 1 9/10/21
RNO - Reno/Tahoe International 15 14 1 9/18/21
ROA - Roanoke Regional/Woodrum Field 5 5 5/13/21
ROC - Greater Rochester International Airport 9 9 8/10/21
ROW - Roswell International Air Center 3 3 8/15/21
RST - Rochester International 1 1 9/11/21
RSW - Southwest Florida International 101 96 5 9/21/21
SAF - Santa Fe Municipal 1 1 11/3/20
SAN - San Diego International 121 113 8 9/22/21
SAT - San Antonio International 82 78 4 9/26/21
SAV - Savannah/Hilton Head International 25 23 2 9/5/21
SBA - Santa Barbara Municipal 6 4 2 9/26/21
SBN - South Bend Airport 9 9 8/21/21
SBP - San Luis County Regional 4 4 8/10/21
SBY - Salisbury-Ocean City/Wicomico Regional 3 3 8/21/21
SCC - Deadhorse Airport 3 3 9/3/21
SCE - University Park Airport 5 5 4/26/21
SCK - Stockton Metropolitan 4 4 5/16/21
SDF - Louisville International-Standiford Field 20 19 1 9/24/21
SDY - Sidney Richland Airport 1 1 11/5/20
SEA - Seattle/Tacoma International 141 125 16 9/22/21
SFB - Orlando Sanford International Airport 20 20 9/4/21
SFO - San Francisco International 65 59 6 8/31/21
SGF - Springfield-Branson National 15 13 2 9/10/21
SGU - St George Municipal 5 5 5/15/21
SHD - Shenandoah Valley Regional 2 2 1/18/21
SHR - Sheridan County 5 5 8/18/21
SHV - Shreveport Regional 5 5 7/29/21
SIT - Sitka Rocky Gutierrez 4 4 7/26/21
SJC - Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International 38 32 6 8/29/21
SJT - San Angelo Regional/Mathis Field 3 2 1 8/17/21
SJU - Luis Munoz Marin International 59 44 15 8/31/21
SLC - Salt Lake City International 102 93 9 9/14/21
SMF - Sacramento International 61 60 1 9/4/21
SMX - Santa Maria Public/Capt. G. Allan Hancock Field 3 3 1/8/21
SNA - John Wayne Airport-Orange County 35 33 2 1/20/21
SPI - Abraham Lincoln Capital 6 6 8/28/21
SPS - Sheppard AFB/Wichita Falls Municipal 5 5 9/2/21
SRQ - Sarasota Bradenton International Airport 15 15 9/20/21
STC - St. Cloud Regional 3 3 10/17/20
STL - St. Louis Lambert International 67 64 3 8/26/21
STT - Cyril E King 8 8 7/29/21
STX - Henry E. Rohlsen 1 1 1/10/21
SUN - Friedman Memorial 3 3 4/21/21
SUX - Sioux Gateway/Col. Bud Day Field 3 3 11/14/20
SWF - Stewart International 4 4 9/22/21
SWO - Stillwater Regional 5 5 11/15/20
SYR - Syracuse Hancock International 13 12 1 8/16/21
TBN - Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Forney Field 1 1 10/3/20
TLH - Tallahassee Regional 10 10 8/19/21
TOL - Toledo Express 8 8 9/6/21
TPA - Tampa International 116 106 10 9/14/21
TRI - Tri-Cities Regional TN/VA 8 7 1 9/2/21
TTN - Trenton Mercer 5 5 7/30/21
TUL - Tulsa International 31 27 4 9/22/21
TUS - Tucson International 29 26 3 8/10/21
TVC - Cherry Capital 3 2 1 9/6/21
TVF - Thief River Falls Regional 4 4 9/24/21
TWF - Joslin Field - Magic Valley Regional 5 4 1 9/24/21
TXK - Texarkana Regional-Webb Field 4 4 8/4/21
TYR - Tyler Pounds Regional 1 1 7/27/21
TYS - McGhee Tyson 20 16 4 9/25/21
UIN - Quincy Regional-Baldwin Field 3 3 7/26/21
USA - Concord-Padgett Regional Airport 8 8 8/16/21
VCT - Victoria Regional 1 1 2/13/21
VEL - Vernal Regional 4 4 9/19/21
VLD - Valdosta Regional 4 4 7/23/20
VPS - Destin - Fort Walton Beach Airport 27 25 2 9/21/21
XNA - Northwest Arkansas National Airport 5 5 9/3/21
XWA - Williston Basin International Airport 5 5 9/18/21
YAK - Yakutat Airport 3 3 9/20/21
YKM - Yakima Air Terminal/McAllister Field 7 7 8/24/21
YUM - Yuma MCAS/Yuma International 7 7 8/1/21

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Starting to Travel Again

DHS.gov/coronavirus
DHS News & Updates

FEMA.gov/Coronavirus-Rumor-Control
Distinguish between rumors and facts about COVID-19

Travel Restrictions
Protecting Air Travelers and the American Public (DHS)
State Department Travel Site