Traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic can be a daunting task, especially if you have a medical contraindication to receiving the vaccine. U. S. authorities no longer require a COVID-19 test before departure, but travelers must provide their contact information within 72 hours of departure and foreign citizens must sign a certification proving that they comply with the U.
UU. If you qualify for a medical exception, you must contact Special Assistance at least 72 hours before departure for approval and submit a signed doctor's note confirming your medical contraindication to the vaccine. If you are not a U. citizen, you must also have proof of COVID-19 vaccination to fly, unless you qualify for an exception.
Sign and complete your online certification form before your trip or print and complete the form and take it to the airport to save time. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues to recommend that people wear masks on indoor public transportation, but they are not required to wear them at airports or on flights, unless an individual jurisdiction requires these requirements.If you need to rebook your flight due to your medical contraindication, you can keep the full value of your original ticket, but you'll have to pay the difference in fare if your new flight is more expensive. If your new flight is less expensive, you'll get the difference in fare in the form of travel credit to use on a future trip. Please note that you may owe any difference in the ticket price if the fare for your new trip is higher when you rebook.We collect your personal data in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, including certain data related to COVID-19 and your health status during the pandemic.