Without a national mandate for COVID-19 testing and travel, it’s hard to navigate the murky world of flying during the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve compiled a list of airports that offer COVID testing (or that will soon) in order to help you make better decisions about traveling safely.
Airports offering COVID-19 testing:
Juneau International – Click here
Anchorage – Click here
Pheonix – Click here
Los Angeles LAX – Click here
Oakland – Click here
San Diego – Currently only for Alaska Airlines passengers heading to Hawaii – but the airport says broader testing will begin in early 2021
San Francisco – Click here
San Jose – Currently only fo Alaska Airlines passengers heading to Hawaii.
Denver – Click here
Hartford Bradley International – Click here
Fort Lauderdale / Hollywood – Click here
Orlando – Testing is expected to begin any day now to accommodate the holiday rush, testing at the airport will then continue until summer 2021.
Tampa – Click here
Atlanta – Delta has launched a pilot program of “COVID Flights” from ATL to Amsterdam and Rome where all passengers will be administered a rapid COVID test before being allowed to enter the boarding area.
Honolulu – Click here
Chicago O’Hare – Both O’Hare and Midway will be launching COVID testing sites for holiday travel. The airports say the sites will be opened within the week.
Chicago Midway – Both O’Hare and Midway will be launching COVID testing sites for holiday travel. The airports say the sites will be opened within the week.
Portland – Click here
Boston – Click here
Grand Rapids – Click here
Minneapolis St. Paul – Click here
Newark – Click here
Albany – Click here
NYC JFK – Click here
NYC LaGuardia – Click here
Tulsa – Testing site at Tulsa International will open in January.
Portland – For Alaska Airlines passengers only
Philidelphia – Click here
Pittsburgh – Testing begins Monday, Dec. 21
Dallas – Click here
Houston George Bush – Testing only for United passengers headed for Central America and the Caribbean.
Burlington – Click here
SEATAC (Seattle / Tacoma) – Click here
For more information on traveling during the pandemic, visit the CDC’s webpage.