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LIST: These airlines (and 1 airport) will offer COVID-19 tests for travelers to Hawaii

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu
Source: Hawaii News Now

Honolulu, HAWAII — The state of Hawaii's pre-travel testing program will launch on Oct. 15, allowing trans-Pacific travelers to bypass quarantine if they test negative for COVID-19 before arriving.

While the tests for travelers are slated to be available through Walgreens, CVS, Kaiser Permanente and other partners, airlines are also rolling out their own testing programs to woo travelers back.

Here are the airlines that have announced testing:

Alaska Airlines

Beginning: Oct. 12

Location: Seattle

Alaska Airlines is partnering with healthcare provider Carbon Health to offer rapid COVID-19 testing in pop-up clinics across the West Coasts, beginning Oct. 12 in Seattle.

Testing is available for Alaska guests 3 months and older.

American Airlines

Beginning: Oct. 15

Location: Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport

American Airlines will offer three options for pre-flight COVID-19 testing to customers with flights from DFW to Honolulu and Maui.

  • At-home test from LetsGetChecked, observed by a medical professional virtually, with results expected within 48 hours. In-person testing will be at a CareNow urgent care location.
  • Onsite rapid testing will be administered by CareNow at DFW.

Hawaiian Airlines

Beginning: “Around Oct. 15”

Location: Labs located near Los Angeles and San Francisco International airports

Hawaiian Airlines will offer a drive-thru PCR test to customers traveling from California to Hawaii. Hawaiian Airlines said that more testing locations will be announced later at “other U.S. mainland gateways.”

United Airlines

Beginning: Oct. 15

Location: San Francisco International Airport

Oakland Airport

Beginning: Oct. 15

Location: Facility at the airport’s North Field terminal complex, 9070 Earhart Road.

Oakland Airport officials have also announced they will launch their own pre-travel testing program for passengers. Free tests will be conducted by appointment only by CityHealth Urgent Care.

Read more and costs for the tests at Hawaii News Now