Face coverings are currently required in SWO's terminal, in the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, and while flying with American Airlines.
American Airlines is requiring face coverings for travelers beginning May 11. » Read more
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For additional information on travel flexibility, changing flights and more see the American Airlines Travel Update Webpage.
March 25, 2020
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the safety of our passengers, employees and all who use Stillwater Regional Airport continues to be a top priority. In recent weeks, passenger numbers nationwide have dropped in excess of 85% and our airport is also seeing similar impacts. Although it may sound counterintuitive, decreases in passenger numbers are a positive sign of our citizens doing what they can to #flattenthecurve and hopefully reduce the spread of COVID-19. We do understand some still must travel so we wanted to identify measures being taken at SWO should you have travel planned in the near future.
Airport, TSA and airline staff are disinfecting seating, counters and other touchpoints throughout the terminal after each flight.
Sanitation stations are located throughout the terminal
Seating areas have been rearranged and limited to allow for social distancing.
Self-serve coffee stations have been temporarily closed
Public information has been posted in restrooms and common areas, reminding how we can all do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19
TSA is now allowing one liquid hand sanitizer container, up to 12 ounces in size, per passenger to be allowed in carry-on baggage. For more TSA COVID-19 exemptions and accommodations, visit www.tsa.gov/coronavirus.
We ask the non-traveling public to refrain from visiting the terminal or other public areas of the airport. Those picking up passengers can use our designated Cell Phone Lot until your passenger arrives and then pull up curbside for passenger pick-up.
Airline Agents and Flight Crews are making an extra effort to allow for social distancing in the boarding process and with in-flight seating arrangements. Please understand these processes may be different than you are accustomed to but are done for everyone’s safety.
TSA has installed plexi-barriers between them and the passengers, do not routinely handle boarding documents/identifications and wear protective masks and gloves (changed between passengers) if any physical contact is needed with a passenger.
All passengers are required to wear masks upon entering the terminal, in the screening checkpoint, passenger waiting areas and on the aircraft.
As traveler numbers continue to decline we expect the airlines to begin altering schedules or perhaps canceling those flights with low passenger bookings. We would ask that you please check your flight’s status before coming to the airport. Should you experience a travel disruption and need to rebook or alter your flight plans, reach out to American Airlines directly. Due to high call volume, American Airlines is providing information and many online assistance options at www.aa.com.
Our airport family remains committed to all who #FlySWO and appreciate your patience and consideration as we work through this unprecedented time.
Content last reviewed 12.02.2020