All Covid-related guidelines and entry/exit requirements are subject to change frequently. It is the responsibility of the passenger(s) to monitor and adhere to all guidelines for each destination and upon return to the United States. The US Embassy official websites are great resources for getting up-to-date entry guidelines. Please consult one of our destination specialists if you have questions regarding entry requirements to specific destinations and we will try to do our best to guide you.
Wearing Masks during Travel
As per transport regulations or at destination, travelers may need to wear a mask in all public spaces, including but not limited to inside airports, hotel lobbies, restaurants, bars, other venues and facilities, and while on commercial airplanes, trains, interstate busses and ferries. Some airlines and countries require specific mask-types, for example, an FFP2 or KN95 mask for anyone 2 years and older. Please make sure you have the correct mask for your trip.
Testing for Passengers Arriving via Air from International Destinations
All international passengers flying to the United States must present a negative Covid test, taken within 24 hours, before they board their flight or documentation of having recovered from Covid-19 in the past 90 days, before boarding their flight. This includes US citizens returning from any international travel. Additional information can be found via this link
*** All non-immigrant, non-U.S. citizen air travelers to the United States are required to be fully vaccinated and to provide proof of vaccination status prior to boarding an airplane to the United States. Please visit the CDC webpages for more information about extremely limited exceptions to this policy, and contact your nearest embassy or consulate to apply for an exception.
It is the responsibility of the passenger to check up-to-date Covid-19 entry and test timelines/quarantine requirements for both your connecting cities and at final destination(s). A Covid test that must be taken 24-72 hours before arrival may be required in addition to a Covid Vaccine. More Covid testing may be required once you reach your destination. All passengers returning to the United States will be required to test for Covid in their destination within 24 hours before boarding their return flight. Please plan accordingly. L & B Travel is not responsible for any Covid related travel disruptions or entry restrictions/changes at destination before or during travel. It is important that the passenger(s) regularly monitor all travel announcements/updates daily especially related to Covid. Airline Ticket changes or cancellations will incur fees.
Travel Insurance will not cover disruptions before or during Travel due to reasons of Covid case number or variant concern.
There are a number of properties that have onsite testing, Please consult your travel specialist for options
If you test Covid Positive Midtrip, Passengers would need to quarantine back at the hotel or a quarantine area for a period of 10-14 days. Some hotels are offering complimentary quarantine rooms for up to 14 days.
Flight delays at start of trip or in transit could result in needing to retest for Covid again should you exceed your testing result window allowance. Some airports are offering rapid testing onsite.
Some Helpful Links:
Covid Test Centers in Los Angeles:
Please ensure your passport is valid at least 6 months past your scheduled return date.