These Airports Now Offer On-Site COVID Testing

Flight during the holiday season can be stressful, so if you have the choice of flying out of or through a few different airports, you might want to consider their features before scheduling your flight. In any other year, this may involve checking out the schedule of lounges, or inspecting out the restaurants in your terminal. But this is 2020 and its not about being comfy– its about survival.

International airports.

Now, some airports– both in the United States and other parts of the world– are using on-site COVID-19 screening. Here are the airports that have this very-2020 amenity, courtesy of a post in Travel + Leisure.

Alaska.

There may be additional airports providing on-site COVID-19 screening revealed as it gets closer to all the end-of-year vacations. And, obviously, if its possible to avoid the flights (and holiday gatherings in general), thats the safest option throughout the pandemic. If not, getting tested is the method to go.

Vermont.

New york city.

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California.

There may be extra airports offering on-site COVID-19 testing announced as it gets closer to all the end-of-year vacations.

Massachusetts.

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Air travel throughout the vacation season can be stressful, so if you have the choice of flying out of or through a couple of different airports, you might want to consider their facilities before reserving your flight. Now, some airports– both in the United States and other parts of the world– are providing on-site COVID-19 testing. Here are the airports that have this very-2020 feature, courtesy of an article in Travel + Leisure.

Connecticut.

New Jersey.

Florida.