Travel Advisory

Here are a few things you should know before you take-off on your next trip. Stay up to date with TSA delays, airport parking, and weather alerts.

We are committed to your health and safety. Learn more here.

We require both passengers and employees to wear a face covering over nose and mouth throughout the Frontier travel experience including at ticket counters, gate areas, baggage claim and onboard all flights. The only exception is for children under the age of 2. Face coverings must fit snugly over your nose and mouth and be secured under the chin. Open-chin triangle bandanas, face coverings containing vents, valves or mesh material, and face shields are not acceptable as face-coverings. This level of protection is important for everyone’s well-being and if you don’t wear an approved face covering, or wear it appropriately, you may lose future travel privileges on Frontier.

To help ensure the well-being of everyone onboard, a non-invasive temperature screening using a touchless thermometer will be taken at the gate for all passengers and crew.

Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher will not be able to board the plane. If time allows, we will give customers the opportunity to rest before receiving a second check. If the second temperature screening is 100.4 degrees or higher, our team will help the customer to rebook travel on a later date when they are feeling better.

For Domestic Travel
There may be local and regional COVID health and safety measures in effect at your destination. Please make sure you review before travel. For travel to, or within, the U.S., please visit the CDC State and Territorial Health website for up-to-date restrictions on each U.S. state and territory.
For International Travel
There may be COVID health and safety measures in effect at your destination. Please make sure you review before travel. For international arrivals, you can find the latest country-specific information through the U.S. Department of State website.
All Passengers Arriving in the US
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued an Order on January 12, 2021 requiring proof of a negative COVID-19 test or documentation of having recovered from COVID-19 for all air passengers arriving from a foreign country to the US. This Order will be effective on January 26, 2021. More info.

Washington, D.C. Temporary Firearm Ban

For the safety of our customers and employees, Frontier will not allow firearms in checked bags for travelers whose final destinations are Washington Dulles (IAD), Washington Reagan (DCA), or Baltimore (BWI). This applies to travel from Saturday, January 16 to Saturday January 23, 2021, and does not include travelers connecting through these airports on their way to another destination. Law enforcement officers with proper credentials and active military members traveling on orders are exempt.

United States Travel Restrictions

  • Testing: Effective January 26, 2021, every traveler—2 years of age or older—must provide a negative COVID-19 test result that has been taken within three days preceding their flight's departure. Travelers flying into the United States must provide written or electronic documentation reflecting the negative test result prior to boarding. Documentation must state the traveler’s name and date of birth, as well as the date the specimen was collected. The CDC recommends travelers obtain a second test 3-5 days post arrival.
  • Required Forms: All travelers will be required to complete an attestation form, which can be found here. Please print and bring this completed form with you to the airport. Travelers can also complete the attestation form at the airport upon arrival. Due to these new processes, please allow extra time for check-in at the airport.

Dominican Republic Travel Restrictions

  • Testing: Travelers may be subject to temperature checks and testing upon arrival.
  • Quarantine: There are currently no quarantine requirements.
  • Required Forms: All travelers will be required to complete a Health Form, which will be provided to travelers once they have boarded their aircraft. More information can be found at

El Salvador Travel Restrictions

  • Testing: All arriving travelers are required to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test result, which has been taken within 72 hours of travel.
  • Quarantine: There are currently no quarantine requirements.
  • Required Forms: There are currently no form requirements.

Guatemala Travel Restrictions

  • Testing: All travelers, 10 years of age and older, entering Guatemala are required to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR or SARS Antigen test result (taken via nasal swab), which has been taken within 96 hours of travel. If a traveler does not have a test result, they will be required to be tested upon arrival at their own expense ($25).
  • Quarantine: There are currently no quarantine requirements.
  • Required Forms: All arriving travelers must complete the required Health Form

Mexico Travel Restrictions

  • Testing: Testing requirements are dependent on required Health Questionnaire.
  • Quarantine: Quarantine requirements are on required dependent on Health Questionnaire.
  • Required Forms: All travelers are required to complete a Health Questionnaire and may subject to additional screening upon arrival.

Puerto Rico Travel Restrictions

  • Testing: All travelers must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test result, which has been taken within 72 hours of travel.
  • Quarantine: If a negative COVID-19 viral test is not provided; the traveler will be required to quarantine for 14 days or for the duration of their trip (whichever is shorter).
  • Required Forms: Arriving travelers must complete a Travel Declaration Form from the Puerto Rico Health Department.

USVI Travel Restrictions

  • Testing: Every traveler aged five and older who enters the U.S. Virgin Islands is required to complete and submit a negative COVID-19 result via the USVI Travel Screening Portal. Both molecular (taken within 5 days of travel) and antibody (taken with 4 months of travel) test results will be accepted. Travelers may be subject to additional testing upon arrival.
  • Quarantine: Quarantine may be required, which is dependent upon additional onsite screening.
  • Required Forms: Every traveler aged five and older who enters the U.S. Virgin Islands is required to complete and submit a COVID-19 test result via the USVI Travel Screening Portal.


New Hand Sanitizer Regulation

TSA is now allowing passengers to bring liquid hand sanitizer up to 12oz. in carry-on bags until further notice. You should expect that containers larger than 3.4oz. will need to be screened separately, which will add some time to the checkpoint screening.


DEN: Denver Ticket Counter Lines

Due to high passenger volume between 6:00am10:00am, we recommend arriving 2.5 hours before departure. To save time waiting in lines you can use our mobile app to check-in and go through the bag drop queue to drop off any checked baggage. Download our mobile app from the Apple App Store or get it on your Android from Google Play.


SLC: Salt Lake City Terminal Change

Frontier Airlines moved to the new terminal at the Salt Lake City International Airport.

LAX: Los Angeles Terminal Change

We have moved to Terminal 5.

IAH: Houston Terminal A Checkpoint

Checkpoint closes at 10:20pm in Terminal A.

SFO: San Francisco Terminal Move

Frontier Ticket Counters in Terminal 1 and will be moving to International Terminal A and our new ticket counters will be in the International Terminal A as well. The move has an effective date of July 23rd, 2019.

For more information, please visit:
Fly SFO Maps

CVG: Cincinnati Construction

CVG Airport is undergoing major roadway improvements near the Terminal. Please be alert for traffic flow changes and consider extra time for your departure and/or passenger pick up.

For more information, please visit:
CVG Build for Our Future

MSP: Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Highway 5 Construction and Terminal Move

Starting in April 2020 through October 2020, construction on Highway 5—between I-494 and Highway 62—will create closures and detours during construction. For more information, please visit


BOOST Oxygen Bottles

Oxygen bottles such as BOOST Oxygen are considered Hazardous Materials and are not allowed aboard aircraft.

Samsung Note7 Device FAA Ban

The FAA and the U.S Department of Transportation have issued a ban on all Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices on board all aircraft in the US. You must comply with the FAA/DOT ban.

Here’s what you should keep in mind if traveling and own the banned device: Individuals who own or possess a Samsung Galaxy Note7 device may not transport the device on their person, in a carry-on bag, or in checked baggage on flights to, from, or within the United States. This ban includes all Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices (original and replacement models). More information regarding the Galaxy Note 7 ban

Personal Electric Vehicles

For safety reasons, personal electric vehicles (self-balancing scooters, electric skateboards, drift boards, hover boards and rover boards) are not allowed on any Frontier Flight.

Apple MacBook Pro Laptop Notice

Apple has determined that, in a limited number of older generation 15-inch MacBook Pro units, the battery may overheat and pose a fire safety risk. Affected units were sold primarily between September 2015 and February 2017. Not all such products sold during this period are affected. Product eligibility is determined by the product serial number. Please visit the Apple Support Page for more information. If your Macbook Pro has this defective battery, your laptop will need to be turned off and unplugged during your flight.