Flying during the pandemic? Get ready to fill out a pre-flight health checklist
United Airlines and Alaska Airlines said this week that they will require passengers to fill out a preflight health checklist during check-in.
United's policy took effect Tuesday; Alaska's will begin June 30.
The checklists vary by airline. Alaska calls it a health and wellness agreement and says travelers must verify they haven't had any COVID-19 symptoms in the past 72 hoursor come into contact with someone who is symptomatic.