We're ready when you are
In light of COVID-19 and a heightened concern for public health, TPA has launched an Airport-wide effort dubbed “TPA Ready” to implement best practices designed to slow or stop the spread of germs and viruses. The Airport is also strongly urging passengers and guests to modify behaviors and follow guidelines designed to keep themselves and others healthy and safe.
Federal law requires wearing a mask at all times at TPA. Failure to comply may result in penalties under federal law, including removal and denial of re-entry. Read the order here for details.
Does Florida have any travel restrictions in place?
Not at this time, however, we recommend checking with the CDC to confirm the COVID-19 testing or quarantine requirements at your destintion and in place to return to your point of origin before booking travel.
Is there any international travel nonstop to Tampa Airport?
What sort of screening is there when I land?
The Florida Department of Health is screening passengers from certain destinations in compliance from orders from Gov. Ron DeSantis. For additional information, please visit the Florida Department of Health.
Can I bring hand sanitizer through TSA?
TSA is currently allowing one liquid hand sanitizer container, up to 12 ounces per passenger, in carry-on bags until further notice. Since these containers exceed the standard 3.4-ounce allowance typically permitted through a checkpoint, they will need to be screened separately. For more TSA travel tips, please visit: https://www.tsa.gov/news/press/releases/2020/04/15/tsas-tips-flying-during-coronavirus-pandemic
What safety precautions is TPA taking?
We have added numerous safety features as part of our TPA Ready initiatives:
- More hand sanitizing stations
- New acrylic barriers at ticketing kiosks, TSA lines and gate areas
- Blocked off seating to allow for social distancing
- Added floor stickers to encourage social distancing
- Mandatory face masks for all airport employees
- Additional cleaning crews