What is Allegiant Face Covering Policy?

Allegiant Airlines requires all passengers to wear a face covering or mask that covers the nose and mouth during the entire flight, including during boarding and disembarking. The only exception to this policy is for children under the age of two years old.

The face covering or mask must be a cloth or disposable mask, and it must fit securely over the nose and mouth. Face shields, bandanas, and masks with valves or vents are not permitted as they do not provide adequate protection against the spread of COVID-19.

Allegiant Airlines also requires passengers to wear face coverings or masks while in the airport terminal, including in the check-in area, at the gate, and in the boarding area. Failure to comply with the face-covering policy may result in denied boarding, removal from the flight, or other penalties.

Passengers may remove their face covering or mask briefly while eating or drinking, but they must put it back on immediately afterward. Passengers who are unable to wear a face covering or mask due to a medical condition must contact Allegiant Airlines before their flight to discuss their options.

Overall, Allegiant Airlines' face-covering policy is by guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and is designed to promote the health and safety of passengers and crew during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Are face masks still required on Allegiant Airlines?

Allegiant passengers and team members may choose to wear masks, but they are not required. Furthermore, in accordance with CDC and FAA rules for domestic airlines, we do not need customers to be COVID vaccinated or produce documentation of a negative COVID test in order to fly with us.

What is the dress code for Allegiant Air?

Allegiant Air's dress code is business casual for corporate roles and a set uniform for front-line staff. Business casual attire is defined generically as a combination of standard business attire and a more relaxed approach.

Will we still wear masks in 2023?

To avoid infection, the Ministry of Health recommends that at-risk individuals, including but not limited to people 65 and older, wear masks indoors. The World Health Organisation (WHO) continues to advise the public to wear masks in specified situations (Jan. 2023).

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