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Travel Health

The health and safety of everyone that enters Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) is our top priority and we continue to work hard to move you safely, with appropriate health and safety measures. Please find the latest information on COVID-19 procedures below.

Face mask requirements

Masks are optional at RNO


The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is no longer enforcing the directive that requires masking in the airport. We understand travelers and employees might have mixed feelings about wearing masks and we ask everyone to be kind about the choice to wear a mask or not while traveling. Please check with your airline when it comes to their mask requirements while flying. The CDC continues to recommend masks in indoor public transportation settings.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a negative COVID-19 test to fly?

RNO does not require a negative COVID-19 test. Many countries and some states require a negative COVID-19 test, even for those who have been vaccinated. Please check in with your airline on any requirements at your final destination as you’re booking your flight.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) no longer requires pre-departure testing of passengers flying into the United States.

Is there COVID-19 testing at the airport?

RNO does not have onsite COVID-19 testing. Please visit for up-to-date information and testing locations.

Do I need a vaccine card to travel?

Some countries are starting to require vaccine cards upon entry. You don’t need one to get into Nevada, but you should check in with your airline to find out what’s needed at your final destination.

Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website for the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 and traveler health information.