COVID-19 Testing for Travel in 2021 [Airlines, Airports, Hotels]

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Now that travel restrictions are starting to ease, you might start planning for a trip. Whether you are traveling domestically or internationally, you will possibly be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test in order to travel. Some are free (with or without insurance), while others might require you to pay a fee. Some countries even build COVID-19 testing fees into their entry requirements.

In addition to cost, something else to consider is that your results are time-sensitive, meaning that you need to have your test completed during a certain amount of time prior to arrival or departure. We’ve pulled together some common locations that offer these COVID-19 tests and take these requirements into consideration so that you can get back to traveling as soon as possible!

What COVID-19 Tests Do You Need To Travel?

There are many different types of tests for coronavirus, but which test do you specifically need for travel? 

Types of Tests

Antibody Tests

Antibody tests are blood tests that can identify if a person has COVID-19 antibodies, meaning that they have already recovered from the virus. These tests aren’t regularly used for travel since antibody tests can’t be used to diagnose an active COVID-19 infection. 

Diagnostic Tests

Diagnostic tests can show if you have an active COVID-19 viral infection and whether you might need to take steps to quarantine or isolate yourself from others. There are 2 types of diagnostic tests — rapid and PCR tests.

Rapid antigen tests can show an active COVID-19 infection by detecting specific proteins on the surface of the coronavirus. These rapid tests are popular for their quick turnaround times but are rarely accepted when it comes to travel due to the high number of false-positive results. These are normally used at airports in addition to the traveler providing PCR test results, so it may still be important that you can find a rapid COVID-19 test near you.

The other common option is a Polymerase Chain Reaction (or PCR) test. These PCR tests are the most reliable option for detecting active COVID-19 infections as results are sent to a lab to be confirmed. Due to this, a negative PCR test is what is typically required to travel. Our guide will specifically note sites that are providing PCR tests.

Bottom Line: Ultimately, what test you need and when you need to take it depends on where you are traveling.

Requirements for Returning to the U.S.

If you’re traveling back to the U.S. from abroad, the CDC now requires that you provide a negative COVID-19 test result before boarding your flight back. Travelers must obtain a PCR test within 3 days of departure (even with evidence of vaccination). According to the CDC, “Rapid tests are acceptable as long as they are a viral test acceptable under the Order.”

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Without this information, you will be prohibited from flying to the U.S.

There are several exemptions to this rule:

  • Travelers flying back from U.S. territories
  • Travelers arriving via a land border (Mexico or Canada)
  • Flight crew members do not need to present a negative COVID-19 test
  • If you get a negative test, travel, and return within 3 days, you can use your original negative test

Bottom Line: If your travel doesn’t involve an exception, you will need to find a way to obtain a negative PCR test internationally before your return flight.

Where Are COVID-19 Tests Required?

Domestic Locations

There are a number of locations within the U.S. where having a COVID-19 test result (or evidence of completed vaccination) can help you to avoid a quarantine (self or supervised) period upon arrival. These include:

International Locations

Each country has its own requirements related to COVID-19 testing. Be sure to check out our guide to where Americans can travel internationally for more information about these country-specific requirements.

How Much Does a COVID-19 Test Cost?

COVID-19 tests are available at no cost nationwide at health centers and select pharmacies. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act “ensures that COVID-19 testing is free to anyone in the U.S., whether or not you have insurance.”

If you choose to get your test at a location outside of these supported locations, COVID-19 PCR tests can cost anywhere from $20 to $1,419 per single test (according to recent studies) but these costs are usually covered by insurance unless noted otherwise.

If you are traveling internationally and are required to get a PCR test upon arrival at your destination or prior to your return trip to the U.S., you will need to refer to that country’s COVID-19 embassy site to determine your cost.

How Long Do Results Take To Get Back?

Most states or countries that require negative COVID-19 tests for entry or to avoid quarantine use a 48- to 72-hour timeframe. This can start with either the time of your departure or arrival at your final destination. Depending on the distance of the location, this may be extended to accommodate travel time. Knowing this, it is clear that it is important to find a location that can provide timely results.

Results vary greatly depending on where you are located, but generally take 1 to 7 days to be returned per the FDA. Ultimately, the best way to find out how long it will take in any particular area is to go to the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) website and look at the option by state. The facilities listed may include the expected wait time to receive the results.

COVID-19 Testing Options by Airline

Airlines are partnering with other companies to make it easier for travelers to get tested for COVID-19.

Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines offers multiple options for getting your COVID-19 PCR test.

At-Home Testing

Alaska Airlines is working with Costco Wholesale to offer an at-home testing option for travelers ages 5 and up. These tests cost $139.99 each and you must also complete a video appointment with a doctor. Once completed, you ship it back via UPS overnight and results are available in 24 to 48 hours.

Alaska recommends that you purchase these tests at least 1 to 2 weeks before your trip to ensure that you can confirm a video appointment slot.

In-Person Testing

Alaska Airlines has partnered with Carbon Health and Bartell Drugs to offer in-person testing for Alaska flyers. These Carbon Health tests cost between $135 and $170, and you must schedule your appointment in advance.

You’ll receive the same or next-day results at all of their testing sites in the following cities:

  • Los Angeles
  • Portland
  • San Diego
  • San Jose
  • Seattle

Bartell Drugs offers priority testing for Alaska flyers at 5 different locations if you live in the Seattle area. These tests cost $125 and you’ll receive results within 72 hours of the appointment.

American Airlines

American Airlines uses VeriFLY, a mobile app, to help streamline test results and other AA preflight travel requirements.

At-Home Testing

American has partnered with LetsGetChecked for at-home PCR tests. American recommends purchasing your test at least 5 days before departure. Passengers flying to the following locations can use these test kits:

  • Belize (BZE)
  • Grenada (GND)
  • St. Lucia (UVF)
  • Santiago (SCL)

You will have results within 48 hours of receipt, but you will also need to complete a virtual visit with a medical professional. This kit costs $129.

In-Person Testing

If you are flying out of Dallas (DFW), your route might be eligible for in-person testing at a few locations. First, you can visit select CareNow urgent care locations near the airport prior to travel that cost $150. In addition, rapid on-site tests at DFW near gate D40 are available for $249. These results are available within 15 minutes.

Delta Air Lines

Passengers on direct flights to Hawaii from Los Angeles (LAX) can use the CLEAR Health Pass to upload their COVID-19 test results to ensure acceptance of results for entry into Hawaii to avoid the mandatory quarantine.

At-Home Testing

Delta has started an at-home COVID-19 testing program so that passengers can test themselves and upload the results before departure and pack another test to take before returning back to the U.S. If you have booked a Delta Vacations package outside of the U.S., your hotel will provide you with an on-site COVID-19 test to adhere to the new rules for arriving passengers.

In-Person Testing

Delta offers a list of in-person providers that it recommends using based on your location.

Hawaiian Airlines

As Hawaii is one of the only states requiring mandatory negative COVID-19 results to bypass a 10-day quarantine, Hawaiian Airlines has many partners to ensure test availability, all of which are approved by the State of Hawaii’s Safe Travels program.

At-Home Testing

Hawaiian Airlines is going through Vault Health to provide any at-home tests for $119. Results are available within 24 hours after receipt.

Drive-Through Testing

Hawaiian Airlines has partnered with Worksite Labs to provide drive-through nasal swab appointments at San Francisco (SFO), Los Angeles (LAX), and Las Vegas (LAS). Each test costs $90 with results provided within 36 hours.

In-Person Testing

Travelers originating from Seattle (SEA) and Portland (PDX) can schedule an appointment with US BioTek Laboratories. If you need results within 36 hours, tests will cost $90 to $105, but if you need results within 24 hours, your test will cost $150 to $165.

For travelers originating from LAS, you can receive a nasal or throat swab test at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada. Tests cost $130 per person for results within 36 hours.

JetBlue Airways

JetBlue has a few options for international travelers.

At-Home Testing

Like Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue has also partnered with Vault Health to provide at-home test kits for travelers to Aruba (AUA). Each kit costs $119 and results will be provided within 72 hours.

In-Person Testing

At JetBlue’s terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), you can also walk in and get a free COVID-19 test. The hours of operation are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines has recommended partners for those travelers heading to Hawaii.

At-Home Testing

Southwest has partnered with Vault Health for COVID-19 testing. This test costs $119 and you will receive results within 24 hours after its arrival at the lab.

In-Person Testing

Southwest has partnered with CityHealth to provide tests for $20 and you will receive results in 48 hours from the time of collection. This applies to the following locations:

  • Long Beach (LGB)
  • Oakland (OAK)
  • Sacramento (SMF)
  • San Francisco (non-airport location downtown)
  • San Jose (SJC)

It also lists a few more recommended partners, including CVS MinuteClinics, Kaiser Permanente, and Walgreens.

United Airlines

United is the only airline that is currently piloting its required rapid test before boarding, which is free-of-charge for all passengers.

At-Home Testing

United is using ADL Health to provide at-home PCR test kits for flyers traveling on certain routes. If you are leaving from Houston (IAH) to the following destinations, you can order this kit:

  • Aruba (AUA)
  • Belize City (BZE)
  • Guatemala City (GUA)
  • Lima (LIM)
  • Nassau (NAS)
  • Panama City (PTY)
  • Roatan (RTB)
  • San Pedro Sula (SAP)
  • San Salvador (SAL)
  • Tegucigalpa (TGU)

If you are eligible, you will receive information about the test and a purchase link via email 14 days before departure. Travelers must mail their test back 72 hours before travel and get the results 24 to 48 hours before their flight. Each test costs $119.

Drive-Through Testing

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United has partnered with Color to offer both day-of and drive-through testing for travelers flying from San Francisco (SFO) to Hawaii. Eligible passengers will receive information and a sign-up link via email 1 week before departure.

These tests cost $105 at the United technical operations parking lot at SFO. You must make an appointment for approximately 72 hours before travel, with most results coming back within 48 hours.

In-Person Testing

Using Dignity Health-GoHealth Urgent Care, you can sign up for day-of testing in the international terminal at Courtyard A if you are traveling from SFO to Hawaii. You must pre-register to reserve a timeslot. These tests cost $250 and you will have your results in 15 minutes.

COVID-19 Testing Options at Airports

XpresCheck COVID 19 test site
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Domestic Airports

The following airports are providing COVID-19 testing. Keep in mind that the types of tests vary based on how quickly you need the test results and what type of test you get, and some locations are only allowing passengers traveling on certain routes to obtain a test.

AirportCostNotes
Albany (ALB)$30 to $60Airport staff can get tested for free, and travelers can get a saliva swab PCR test.
Anchorage (ANC)FreeTesting is available 24/7. Travelers are encouraged to pre-register for a test online
Boston (BOS)$75 to $200XpresCheck is open Thursdays to Mondays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
Burlington (BTV)Undisclosed feeGarnet Health is providing PCR testing with results in 36 to 48 hours, rapid antigen testing with same-day results, and rapid influenza tests with same-day results. Garnet is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and can bill health insurance for the services, but doesn’t note specific fees.
Chicago (MDW)$120 to $145Simple Laboratories offers COVID-19 rapid antigen tests ($120) with results available in 20 minutes and PCR tests ($145) with results available within 72 hours.
Chicago (ORD)
Dallas Ft. Worth (DFW)$249American Airlines is offering preflight tests for travelers flying to Hawaii. 
Denver (DEN)$75 to $200XpresCheck is open Thursdays to Mondays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
Fort Lauderdale (FLL)$69 to $99Nomi Health of Utah operates daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m, but you can register for appointments online. You are required to show proof that your flight is in or out of the Fort Lauderdale airport. A rapid antigen test (with results ready in 30 minutes) is available for $69 or a PCR test (with results ready within 48 hours) is available for $99.
Grand Rapids (GRR)$75 to $125A drive-up COVID-19 testing site offers both rapid antigen tests ($75) with results in 15 minutes and PCR tests ($125) with results within 24 to 48 hours. No appointment is needed and it is open to everyone from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Hartford (BDL)$0 to $125Genesys Diagnostics provides PCR testing with results typically available within 3 to 10 days. You must have a flight to get access to this testing. Time slots are available between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 a.m every day, but reservations are strongly recommended. The test is free with insurance; otherwise, the cost is $125.
Honolulu (HNL)$125Tests are available to adults and children over the age of 5. No appointment is needed and the site is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Results are available within 3 to 6 hours.
Houston (IAH)$75 to $200XpresCheck is open Thursdays to Mondays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
Los Angeles (LAX)$75 to $200XpresCheck is open Thursdays to Mondays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
Minneapolis-Saint Paul (MSP)$0 to $94Testing at this site is free for Minnesotans and $94 for out-of-state residents. Results are available after few days via email. The testing site is open daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
New York (JFK)$0 to $200XpresCheck is open Thursdays to Mondays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. JetBlue also offers free walk-in PCR testing daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Results are typically made available within 48 hours.
New York (LGA)FreeThe testing site is free for all passengers, and no insurance is required.
Newark (EWR)$75 to $200XpresCheck is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
Oakland (OAK)$140The North Field location is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can schedule an appointment 3 days or less prior to your flight at the CityHealth website
Orlando (MCO)$65 to $175AdventHealth is offering rapid test results Thursday through Monday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The rapid antigen test is $65 and the rapid PCR test is $175.
Philadelphia (PHL)$70 to $130Rapid tests ($70) or PCRs ($130) are offered with results ready in 2 to 3 days. This facility is not able to bill insurance. Testing is available from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and appointments are available, though not required. Those interested can preregister online.
Phoenix (PHX)$75 to $200XpresCheck is open Thursdays to Mondays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
Portland, OR (PDX)$135Testing is only available for Alaska Airlines passengers flying to Hawaii (proof required). Testing takes place from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day, and results are ready within 2 hours. 
Portland, ME (PWM)$25Rapid testing is available ($25) with PCR tests (with results available in 3 days) free of charge. Appointments are required, and the facility is open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Salt Lake City (SLC)$75 to $200XpresCheck is open Thursdays to Mondays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
San Diego (SAN)$170COVID-19 testing is currently only available for Alaska Airlines passengers flying to Hawaii. Testing takes place from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day, and test results are ready by 2 p.m. the following day.
San Juan (SJU)$110PCR tests with guaranteed results electronically within 24 to 48 hours are available from Terminals A, B, or C. Testing is available daily from 6 a.m. to midnight.
San Francisco (SFO)$119 to $250United passengers heading to Hawaii and Cathay Pacific passengers can get tested through Dignity Health-GoHealth Urgent Care. It is open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m and results are ready in less than an hour. XpresCheck is also open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
Seattle (SEA)$250Discovery Health MD has made PCR testing available to ticketed passengers (both inbound and outbound). Appointments must be made in advance online up to 72 hours prior to travel. The clinic is open daily from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. XpresCheck is also open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for online appointments and walk-in customers. 
Tampa (TPA)$57 to $125BayCare Health System is located inside the main terminal and offers the rapid antigen test ($57) and PCR test ($125). Walk-in tests are offered every day between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., regardless of your airline or destination.

International Airports

Here are some notable international airports offering COVID-19 testing options. This list is not all-inclusive, so be sure to check your destination airport to see if tests are available to you.

AirportCost
Athens (ATH)€60 (~$72)
Abu Dhabi (AUH)Free
Cancun (CUN)Mex$290 to Mex$2,000 (~$14 to $99)
Dublin (DUB)€49 to €89 (~$59 to $107)
Düsseldorf (DUS)€59 (~$71)
Edinburgh (EDI)€50 to €99 (~$60 to $120)
Frankfurt (FRA)€59 to €139 (~$71 to $168)
London (LHR)£50 to £99 (~$70 to $138)
Hong Kong (HKG)HK$499 (~$64)
Keflavik (KEF)€52 to €65 ( $63 to $78)
Mumbai (BOM)£40 (~$56)
Nassau (NAS)B$50 to B$150 ($50 to $150)
Nice (NCE)Free
Paris (CDG or ORY)Free
Singapore (SIN)SG$196 (~$147)
Toyko (NRT)¥39,800 (~$365) with an appointment, ¥46,500 (~$426) without
Vienna (VIE)€35 to €120 (~$42 to $145)
Zurich (ZRH)CHR195 (~$214)

COVID-19 Testing Options at Hotels

Offering COVID-19 testing at hotels is also becoming more common as a way to draw travelers back by offering convenient testing options. Testing is common at many resorts throughout Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America. A few examples include:

Hotel Chains

  • Accor — For Accor-managed properties in the U.S. or Canada, guests can request a free PreCheck PCR testing kit by x.labs to complete at home before checking in.
  • AMResorts (Choice Hotels) — Complimentary antigen testing is offered on-property for guests staying at Zoetry, Secrets, Breathless, Dreams, Now, and Sunscape resorts. Testing is done prior to your departure for guests staying a minimum of 3 nights through July 1, 2021.
  • Bahia Principe Hotels & ResortsFree COVID-19 antigen testing is available at all of the brand’s resorts in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Mexico as long as you book a stay of at least 3 nights. If you need to extend your stay due to a positive result, your stay of 10 nights is also covered.
  • Hyatt — Guests traveling back to the U.S. will be able to receive a free COVID-19 test performed on-property at participating Hyatt resorts in Mexico, Costa Rica, the Caribbean, and South America prior to departure through May 31, 2021.
  • Karisma Hotels & Resorts — All properties in Riviera Maya, Dominican Republic, and Jamaica are offering free COVID-19 antigen testing to guests while CDC requirements are in place. PCR testing will also be available for a discounted fee. If you need to extend your stay at the resort due to a positive test, your stay of up to 14 days is covered.
  • Marriott — If you stay at least 3 nights at a select Marriott hotel or resort in Mexico and the Caribbean, you (and 1 other guest) are eligible to receive a free COVID-19 test prior to your departure back to the U.S. In addition, if travel is delayed for a related reason (like a positive or delayed test), you can extend your stay at a discounted rate of 50% off the available flexible rate.
  • Meliá Hotels International — Select properties throughout Mexico and the Dominican Republic are launching free, on-site antigen tests. In addition to COVID-19 testing, these properties are also providing free travel insurance with all reservations, which allows for free stays of up to 15 days if you must quarantine.
  • Playa Hotels & Resorts — Playa offers free COVID-19 antigen testing on-site to registered guests returning to the U.S. at all 17 of its resorts across Mexico and throughout the Caribbean.
  • Sandals & Beaches Resorts — Free COVID-19 testing is available at all Sandals and Beaches properties while the CDC has its requirement for a negative test in place. For more information on the tests and other COVID-guarantees, see its website.
  • Velas Resorts — Guests at a Velas resort can get a free COVID-19 antigen test provided at your resort in Mexico. If you need to quarantine, you will be offered a stay at a 75% discount.

Government-Approved Hotels by Destination

  • Anguilla — Per the Anguilla Tourism Board, your entrance fee to Anguilla of around $300 per traveler covers the cost of 2 tests (1 when you first arrive at the airport and the other before returning to the U.S.). Government-approved hotels in the link above will conduct this test for you for free.
  • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico — Many hotels in Puerto Vallarta will offer either free testing or tests for a fee. Travelers will also find testing sites at medical facilities around the region where they can receive the necessary tests for their travel back to the U.S. To see a list of these locations (including hotels), visit the Visit Puerto Vallarta website.
  • St. Lucia — According to the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority, there are currently 21 government-approved hotels in St. Lucia offering free antigen tests to guests who need to show a negative result in order to return home.

Hot Tip: Many resorts are offering these services for free or a discounted fee, so it would be a good idea to inquire about the procedures before booking your stay.

Additional COVID-19 Testing Resources

If you’re looking for other options, know that tests are available at no cost throughout the country at health centers and some pharmacies.

Local Medical Resources

Private clinics and academic labs are available for COVID-19 tests and will bill your insurance provider directly. If you don’t have insurance, you may have to pay the full amount. You can get a COVID-19 test at:

To find a place to get a rapid or PCR COVID-19 test near you, you can contact your primary care doctor or search the Department of Health and Human Services(HHS) website.

Drugstores

Neighborhood drugstores often offer PCR testing at no additional cost if using insurance or if you fall under some federal programs for those without insurance.

CVS Drive Through COVID Test
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Pharmacies that may offer COVID-19 testing include:

Evidence of Vaccination

Something else to consider is that many countries are now allowing evidence of vaccination in lieu (or in addition to) a negative COVID-19 test.

We have an article detailing all the different options for standardized immunity passports and how this might be implemented, but for now, each country has its own requirements as to what is required for Americans to enter. Be sure to check out that article to get all of the specifics depending on which country you are traveling to.

Final Thoughts

Getting a negative COVID-19 test in order to travel will likely be the new normal for the foreseeable future. Making sure you know which test is required and when is the first step needs to occur. The next step is finding a good place to get your test.

There are many options that provide this testing — ranging from your local pharmacy to airports, and even hotels at your destination. Between all of these options, the hope is that travel can be safe once again.


Frequently asked questions

What is a rapid COVID-19 test?

A rapid test is also known as an antigen test. This test detects protein fragments specific to the COVID-19 that show if you have an active case of the virus. Results are usually back in as little as 15 minutes, but often have a high number of false positives. The more reliable option is known as a PCR test, but these results usually take longer to arrive (between 1 and 3 days).

Does American Airlines require COVID-19 testing?

American Airlines does not mandate COVID-19 testing. It does enforce requirements based on where you are traveling to. Be sure to check out AA’s COVID-19 travel page for current requirements based on your destination.

Do I need to get tested for COVID-19 before I travel?

If you are traveling domestically, you may want to get tested to avoid quarantine, period. In addition, Hawaii requires proof of a negative COVID-19 result.

If you are traveling internationally, it is likely that you will have to provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test to enter another country, but be sure to check travel requirements here. Additionally, you will need to provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test to return to the U.S.

Do I need a COVID-19 test to fly domestic?

While it is not required to have a COVID-19 test to travel domestically, you may still want to get one. If you fly to certain locations within the U.S. that require a quarantine, like California, it may come in handy. If you have evidence of a negative COVID-19 test, you could avoid either a recommended or mandated quarantine.

Christy Rodriguez

About Christy Rodriguez

Christy was born in St. Louis, Missouri, but lived in Texas the majority of her life. Now, work has her living in the Bay Area with her husband and yellow lab. Her first international travel experience was for a summer study abroad program in Italy. After that, she knew that she was destined to travel as much as possible. Luckily, her husband worked at Southwest Airlines, so they were introduced to the exciting world of “non-rev” travel.

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