Learn about our efforts to help you have safe travels
The Duluth International Airport’s comprehensive COVID-19 mitigation plan follows current best practices for sanitization and safety, and was developed from local, state, national and international guidelines, including the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) public health readiness measures.
Paper or cloth masks are now required for all airport employees and airport tenant employees when interacting with the public. All visitors and passengers are required to wear paper or cloth masks.
Plexiglass barriers have been installed at all person-to-person contact areas, including transportation desks, ticket counters and passenger boarding gate counters.
Thorough disinfecting of all seating areas, wheelchairs and touchpoints in the public areas of the terminal multiple times a day. This includes handrails, bathroom stalls, seating, door handles, chairs and tables and touchscreen directories. Disinfecting performed by our custodial provider, who have provided PPE for their employees.
Floor spacing decals have been installed to remind passengers to keep socially distant.
Custom signage has been installed to remind passengers to take precautions such as wearing face covering and washing hands.
- Timed automatic announcements added to the public address system reminding passengers to practice proper social distancing techniques.
- Visual messaging added to electronic signage located throughout the terminal building.
- Automated entrance and exit from parking lot available to avoid person-to-person contact. (Attendant available for those who prefer).
- Masks to be worn by all passengers on board aircraft.
- Disinfecting all interior areas of each aircraft prior to the boarding process.
- Processes in place to minimize passenger/employee contact.
- For more information on how each airline is following current best practices for sanitization and safety, visit Delta’s Coronavirus Update Center & United’s What to Expect When You Fly page.
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- Plexiglass barriers in place at person to person contact points in the screening checkpoint.
- Disinfecting of touchpoints in the screening checkpoint.
- Carry-on allowance of up to 12 ounces of hand sanitizer per passenger.
- For more information, visit TSA’s response to COVID-19 page.
What You Can Do:
Practice these everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread:
Air travel is an essential service. And we take our commitment to customer service seriously. Our efforts will be expanded or revised as new information becomes available, but our dedication to your safety will never waver.
Whenever you’re ready to go, we’ll get you there.
For the most up-to-date information, visit these sites as updates can change daily.