Alaska Airlines, United Requiring Passengers to Disclose Health Status Before Flying
United's policy went into effect this week, and Alaska implements the check-in rule on June 30.
Both Alaska Airlines and United Airlines will now require passengers to verify they don’t have any symptoms of COVID-19 before checking in for a flight.
Those flying on Alaska will have to complete a health agreement during check-in beginning June 30, verifying they haven’t had any symptoms of the virus in the past 72 hours or come into contact with someone who did. Passengers will also have to agree to bring and wear a face mask with them, according to the airline.