Covid-19 Resources

Easterwood Airport believes that it is our duty to connect people with people, but passenger safety is our number one priority. If you are showing any symptoms or have a fever, please stay home.

Brazos County

Brazos County requires face coverings to be worn in all commercial businesses.  All persons over the age of 10 must wear a face covering over their mouth and nose in a public place where it is difficult to maintain six feet of distance.  Face coverings do not need to be worn in these certain circumstances:

  • When eating or drinking
  • Driving alone or with passengers who are part of the same household as the driver
  • When doing so poses a greater mental or physical health, safety or security risk
  • When operating outdoor equipment
  • While outside or engaging in physical activity outside
  • While in a building or activity that requires security surveillance or screening, such as a Bank.
Healthy habits poster with reminders to wash your hands, stay home if you're sick, cover your nose and mouth,

AMERICAN

Dallas Ft Worth (DFW)

UNITED

Houston (IAH)

American Airlines

“American, like other U.S. airlines, already requires customers to wear a face covering while on board aircraft. American already enforces this policy at the gate and will deny boarding to customers who don’t comply. American now may also deny future travel for customers who refuse to wear a face covering. American made this change after working in conjunction with Airlines for America on an industrywide response.

 

We believe the face covering requirement is important, so customers will notice more reminders of our policy as they travel with us, both at the airport and in flight.

 

Some passengers are exempt from the face covering requirement, such as young children and those with a disability or medical reason for why they cannot wear a face covering. The policy also does not apply while eating or drinking.
Details of the updated policy for face coverings will be communicated to American Airlines team members this week, and the policy will go into effect June 16. American also requires team members to wear face coverings while at work.”

    United Airlines

    “United currently requires all passengers to wear a face covering onboard its flights and expects that policy to remain in place for at least the next 60 days. The only exceptions to this policy are individuals who have a medical condition or a disability that prevents them from wearing a face covering, those who cannot put on or remove a face covering themselves and small children. Customers are expected to wear a mask for the duration of the flight, except when eating or drinking.

     

    “Every reputable heath institution says wearing a mask is one of the most effective things people can do to protect others from contracting COVID-19, especially in places like an aircraft where social distancing is a challenge,” said United’s Chief Customer Officer, Toby Enqvist. “We have been requiring our customers to wear masks onboard United aircraft since May 4 and we have been pleased that the overwhelming majority of passengers readily comply with our policy. Today’s announcement is an unmistakable signal that we’re prepared to take serious steps, if necessary, to protect our customers and crew.”

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