Airports in United States

The main airports in the country included in our guide are listed below

 
CORONAVIRUS: Check the restrictions in force with your airline or by contacting the airport, taking into account its origin and destination. In the case of international flights you can see the situation of each country at International Map current country restrictions.
 

  Recommendations for travelers to United States

Information about United States
Population: 313.914.040 (est. 2012)
Capital: Washington D.C. 617 9961 inhab. (est.2011) - metro area 5 582 170
Official Languages: english
Main cities: New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Boston, Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Antonio, Seattle, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cleveland, Denver, Baltimore, San Antonio, Las Vegas, Orlando, New Jersey, San Diego, Kansas City

According to your nationality, before planning your trip, please check with the embassy or consulate of United States in your country of residence, if you need Visa in order to enter the country. Make sure to have the health insurance required and the valid passport, as well.

In addition to passport and visa, if you plan to travel to United States, whether for business or pleasure, we suggest to review the following information: International Airports - Airport Safety Rules - baggage allowance, size and weight restrictions - Most visited cities - Driving in Tunisia - Electricity - Time Zone - Business hours - National Holidays - Weights and Measures - Rules of Etiquette and Commercial Practices

Currency: American Dollar (USD)

Time Zone: (GMT from -5 to -10) Summer Time (GMT from -4 to -10)

 

Covid-19: Regulations for travel to United States

If you are a non-U.S. citizen who is a nonimmigrant (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the United States on an immigrant visa), you will need to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before you travel by air to the United States from a foreign country.

As of 12:01AM ET on June 12, 2022, CDC not longer requires air passengers traveling from a foreign country to the United States to show a negative COVID-19 viral test or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before they board their flight.

Some categories of noncitizen, nonimmigrants are excepted from this requirement. If you meet the criteria for one of these categories, you will need to fulfill additional requirements to travel by air to the United States.

The vaccine must either be approved by the US Federal Drug Administration or must have an emergency use listing from the World Health Organization (such as Astrazeneca). Mixed dose vaccinations will also be accepted. Find the complete list of accepted vaccines here, along with acceptable ways to prove vaccination.

The vaccination requirement does not apply to US citizens, lawful permanent residents or US nationals. 

Wearing a mask over your nose and mouth is currently not required in indoor areas of public transportation, including on airplanes, buses, trains and other forms of public transit.

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