Portland, or (KPTV) – Alaska Airlines has joined the list of other airlines offering COVID-19 testing to some passengers who choose to pass a test.
The airline is offering these checks to people flying from Seattle to Hawaii to avoid a two-week shipwreck.
Performing these COVID-19 tests can prove that passengers are negative for the corona virus to overcome a shipwreck.
Some airports or destinations require passengers to stay on board for two weeks before leaving for the city.
That’s why Alaska Airlines now offers a quick Kovid check for people flying from Seattle to Hawaii.
This will allow them to start enjoying vacation or business on the islands.
The test results come in about two hours, and the airline offers those tests for $ 135.
Other airlines have also recently announced plans to offer their own quick checks.
This meant that not only airlines, but even some airports tried to check in to make the journey easier and to give the flyers some mental state.
“Basically, it’s a way to attest to a level where you’ve at least been tested and can know about your journey,” Cama Symonds said. “Therefore, the site we are looking for options in PDX can offer COVID testing, but nothing has been decided yet. “
Alaska Airlines will make their quick checks available in Seattle from October 5th.
They plan to conduct inspections in Portland in the coming weeks as non-stop flights to Hawaii resume on November 1st.
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