The mask requirement has not been lifted from airports yet. As of February 2, 2021, all airline travelers must wear a face mask throughout the travel experience.
TSA's Face Covering Policy The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) extended the face mask requirement for individuals across all transportation networks throughout the United States, including at airports, onboard commercial aircraft, over-the-road buses, and commuter bus and rail systems through September 13, 2021. You will be asked to adjust your mask for ID verification or if it alarms the security screening equipment.
Allegiant's Face Covering Policy Federal law requires every person to wear a face covering that covers the nose and mouth at all times while traveling. Face coverings must be made of a solid material, fully cover the mouth and nose, fit snugly against the face, and be secured under the chin. Prohibited coverings include those with exhalation valves, holes (such as lace or mesh), neck gaiters, and bandanas. Face shields may be worn in addition to a face covering, but not as an alternative.
Sun Country's Face Covering Policy All passengers and crew members are required to wear face masks. Federal law requires each person to wear a mask at all times throughout the flight, including during boarding and deplaning. Refusal to wear a mask is a violation of federal law and may result in denial of boarding, removal from the aircraft, and/or other penalties. Masks or face coverings must not have any vents or openings, and a face shield will not qualify as a face covering due to this requirement. Beginning September 14, 2020, face shields must be worn with a mask or other appropriate covering underneath.
Learn more about the CDC’s face covering recommendations here.
Guidelines for the Fully Vaccinated