Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Travelers
With coronavirus dominating global headlines—and at this point, almost any given conversation about travel—we know you have questions. So we've gathered these links in order to provide one easy place to find the latest information on COVID-19 and its impact on travel.
We hope that with the help of the resources below, you can make informed travel decisions during this time.
Where can I get current information?
The U.S. State Department website posts travel advisories for U.S. citizens.
The Centers For Disease Control (CDC) has the latest on COVID-19 itself, and the countries that pose the highest associated travel risks.
The World Health Organization also has recommendations on international travel and health.
I still want to plan, but I'm worried about booking now.
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How can I stay up to date on company policies?
To save you time, we've gathered links to the policies and FAQs from some of the most commonly requested companies. Please check the page of the specific company with which you're working.
Domestic Airlines (updated June 30, 10:30 am ET)
|American Airlines||Spirit Airlines||JetBlue|
|Frontier Airlines||Alaska Airlines||Southwest Airlines|
|Hawaiian Airlines||Delta Air Lines||United Airlines|
|Allegiant Airlines||Sun Country|
|Vacation Express||Exoticca||Yes! Getaways|
|Great Value Vacations||Gate 1 Travel||Azores Getaways|
Is there travel insurance that would protect me in case of coronavirus-related issues?
To help you navigate the landscape of travel insurance in the age of COVID-19, we've put together a guide to travel insurance and Coronavirus.