Where are you going?

Flying domestically?

The following states require you to follow their travel restrictions: 

(As of February 1st, 2021. Check your desired destinations policies frequently as things may change)



Upon arrival, non-Alaskan residents who wish to bypass a 14-day quarantine are required to submit their negative results via Alaska Travel Portal. You will also need to submit your Fit to Fly Certificate as well as a Self-Isolation Plan. 

You may choose to take a Coronavirus (SARS-Cov-2) test upon arrival for $250; although, you will be responsible for your quarantine expenses while you await the results.


If you're traveling to San Francisco or Santa Clara County and you originate from more than 150 miles you are required to quarantine for 10 days. 

If traveling to Los Angeles you are required to fill out an acknowledgement form via L.A. Country Department of Public Health. Failure to submit this form prior or upon arrival you may be fined up to $500.


If traveling to Hawaii you will need to receive a COVID Test (NAAT) through a trusted partner of the state within 72 hours of arrival. Travelers are required to submit their test results via Hawaii's Safe Travels form as well as a health questionnaire within 24 hours of your flight departure. 

If you're traveling to Kauai you will be required to do a 10-day quarantine. 


If traveling to Maryland you are required to provide negative COVID Test results within 72 hours of arrival or test upon arrival and quarantine. Per the governor's executive order failure to follow the rules may result in imprisonment of up to one year or a fine of $5,000.

Connecticut, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington D.C.

If traveling to these locations you are required to fill out their Health Forms via the appropriate website. Failure to submit the forms as well as your test results prior to arrival may result in fines starting from $500. 


Entry into these states might require a 10-14 day quarantine or a COVID Test upon arrival.  

As of February 1st, 2021 the following states have no further travel restrictions but still require a negative test result prior to entry: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. 

Flying internationally?

(As of February 1st, 2021. Check your desired destinations policies frequently as things may change.)

Asia and Europe

The general consensus for International travel is that you will have to do a 14-day quarantine upon arrival and will be given an additional COVID Test near the end of your quarantine. You will have to book a stay at government approved facilities for your quarantine. Some locations such as Thailand will require proof of insurance that covers any Coronavirus related matters. 

Here is a checklist of what to go over before your flight.


Double check your airlines policies and rules for the Coronavirus.

Research your desired country's health policies and regulations. 

Prepare to be randomly tested upon arrival of the location.

Bring extra masks and hand sanitizer. 

Plan for a returning COVID Test within 72 hours of your RETURNING flight.

Prepare to quarantine upon arrival for anywhere between 7-14 days.


Carry your COVID Test documentation with you at all times. It is not uncommon for TSA and or other officials to ask for your test results at random.