This page contains information about the current situation with COVID-19 recovery in Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

Last update: 2020-06-16T10:28:08.3300000

Effective June 1, 2020 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport will require all employees and members of the public entering public airport facilities, including the terminals, the Rental Car Center, the PHX Sky Train®, and Airport buses to wear a face covering. In concert with major airlines, the TSA, airports across the country including Seattle, Denver, LAX, New York’s JFK, Boston Logan, Miami, and even companies such as Uber, everyone in public airport facilities will be required to cover their noses and mouths. Travelers, employees, and those visiting the airport should bring their own face covering to wear throughout the airport. Several airport stores are currently selling masks, with more stores to offer additional options soon. The face-covering does not have to be commercially purchased. It can be a homemade cloth mask, or bandana – as long as the requirement is met to cover the nose and mouth.

European Flights

Some Phoenix Sky Harbor International flights are impacted by the temporary suspension of travel from continental Europe.

The United States government imposed an additional entry requirement temporarily restricting travel from the United Kingdom and Ireland that will take effect March 16, 2020, after 11:59 p.m. ET.

Phoenix Sky Harbor International serves London (LHR). British Airways is also temporarily suspending service.

American Airlines service to London (LHR) is scheduled to resume Oct. 25, 2020.

Condor Airlines flights to Frankfurt, Germany are temporarily suspended due to the pandemic. Please visit this link for more information.

Eurowings has temporarily delayed its launch from Phoenix to Frankfurt. New service is anticipated to begin in August 2020.

We will work closely with these airlines and assist customers while this temporary flight restriction is in effect.

We are working closely with our airline partners to coordinate air service schedules and will share more information as it becomes available.

Canadian Flights

Air Canada has announced it will resume flights to the United States with service to PHX scheduled to resume in August.

WestJet is temporarily suspending all flights between the U.S. and Phoenix beginning March 25, 2020 until July 4, 2020. Learn more.

Other Flights

Volaris is temporarily suspending service to and from Phoenix through June 2020.

Hawaiian Airlines is temporarily suspending its service from Phoenix to Honolulu effective March 26, 2020.

Spirit Airlines is temporarily suspending service to and from Phoenix from May 21-June 10.

As always, it is a good idea to check your flight status with your airline before coming to the airport.

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