Regional Travel Restrictions

Updated as of Tuesday, May 26, 2020

As you plan for upcoming travel, we’re committed to providing the information you need to be prepared, safe and secure upon arrival.

The travel restrictions listed below are updated daily. Ensure you’re aware of any restrictions in place at both your origin and destination. We recommend you always check your destination state’s or country’s website for quarantine policies and exceptions. Some travelers may be exempt from these restrictions.

In addition, some countries have imposed temporary entry requirements, such as limiting entry to citizens, permanent residents, and select visa holders, or restricting to essential travel. We recommend you check directly with your destination’s embassy or immigrations office to confirm whether you are eligible to travel at this time.

If your upcoming travel is impacted by the restrictions below, visit our Coronavirus Update Center to learn more about our simplified waivers and how to cancel or change your flight.

Traveling to the United States

We recommend customers traveling to the United States from international destinations to review the Centers for Disease Control travel restriction page for quarantine policies prior to departure.

Traveling within the United States

Alaska, opens in a new window
Starting March 25, travelers entering Alaska are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here.  

Florida, opens in a new window
Starting March 24, customers traveling to Florida from Connecticut, New York or New Jersey are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. Please be prepared to complete documentation and/or provide consent to a health screening upon arrival. You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here.  

Hawaii, opens in a new window
Travelers entering Hawaii are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. Violation of the quarantine can result in legal action. Additional restrictions may apply to intra-state travel. Please be prepared to complete documentation and/or provide consent to a temperature check. You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here.  

Kentucky, opens in a new window
Kentucky residents returning home after visiting an area outside of the state are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.  You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here.    

Maine, opens in a new window
Starting April 3, travelers entering Maine are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. You  may check your eligibility to change or  cancel here.  

Nevada, opens in a new window
Starting March 31, travelers entering Nevada are subject to a 14-day quarantine, strongly recommended by state government officials. You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here.   

New Mexico, opens in a new window
Starting March 27, travelers entering New Mexico are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here.  

Oklahoma, opens in a new window
Customers traveling to Oklahoma from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Washington, California or Louisiana are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a home or hotel room. Please be prepared to complete documentation and/or provide consent to a health screening upon arrival. You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here

Utah, opens in a new window
Starting April 10, travelers arriving at Salt Lake International Airport (SLC) with Utah as a final destination will be required to complete a travel declaration form. Learn more here. You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here.

 

Traveling outside the United States

Your destination may have specific entry and exit requirements related to the coronavirus situation. Click here for more detailed information from the U.S. Department of State.  

Amsterdam
All customers traveling to/through Amsterdam will be required to complete and present the Health Screening Form at the departure gate prior to boarding. We strongly encourage customers to print and complete this form at home, as copies at the gate will be limited.  

Canada
The Government of Canada has new restrictions in place for travelers coming into Canada. Read more here

The Canadian government requires that all customers traveling to Canada read the Minimizing the Risk of Exposure to COVID-19 in Canada Order. You will also be required to confirm that you believe you are permitted to enter Canada prior to boarding your flight. We recommend you read this now, so you are prepared. Read more here, opens in a new window.

Lastly, customers are highly encouraged to download and use the ArriveCAN mobile app. Get the app here.

France 
Customers traveling to or through France must complete an attestation of travel and Health Declaration form to be presented to Immigration officers at Paris-CDG upon arrival. We strongly encourage customers to print and complete this attestation form (English / French) and Health Declaration form at home, as copies at the gate will be limited.

South Korea
Korean Authorities require all customers traveling to or through South Korea download and install a COVID-19 self-diagnosis mobile app. We recommend you complete the requested information prior to travel. Click here to download now.

Starting April 1, customers traveling to South Korea from the U.S. are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. A temperature check and documentation will be required prior to boarding.

Starting April 14, all long-term visitors, including those who are asymptomatic, will be directed to undergo testing within three days of their arrival while also carrying out a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine period.  These individuals will receive notification regarding when and where to be tested. 

You may check your eligibility to change or cancel here.