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Hawaii - Mandatory travel declaration form

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The Hawaii Department of Transportation is spreading the word about a new, mandatory travel declaration form that airline passengers will be expected to fill out during the time of the COIVD-19 pandemic.  

COVID 19 - STAY SAFE AND KEEP OTHERS SAFE!

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Pray for the World!

Pray for the United States of America!


FACE COVERINGS

AA - face coverings will be required on all flights on 05/11/20.


Most, if not all, airlines are requiring passengers to wear face coverings.  Review each airlines' website to determine the effective date on which face coverings will be mandatory to travel.  

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FLIGHT SCHEDULES & ROUTES

As a result of the global pandemic of the Covid 19 virus airline flight schedules (and routes) are constantly being updated; please refer to the www.aa.com  website.  There is a New Section on the HOME page (at the top) about Coronavirus Travel Updates.   www.aa.com


Attention Employees & Retirees -  AA has announced a number of in-flight social distancing measures for the safety of our flight attendants and customers. Effective immediately, first and business class bookings and upgrades on narrow-body and regional flights are temporarily suspended for employees, retirees and their guests traveling on business or non-revenue tickets, unless contractually required. 

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TSA - REVIEW THEIR WEBSITE

You can always verify what carry-on items are permitted by the TSA. During the Covid 19 pandemic - there have been some changes to the rules. 


 

TSA is allowing one liquid hand sanitizer container up to 12 ounces per passenger in carry-on bags until further notice. 


Passengers can expect that these containers larger than the standard allowance of 3.4 ounces of liquids permitted through a checkpoint will need to be screened separately, which will add some time to their checkpoint screening experience. 

Please keep in mind that all other liquids, gels and aerosols brought to a checkpoint continue to be allowed at the limit of 3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters carried in a one quart-size bag.