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The use of face masks or coverings throughout the terminal is recommended for BWI Marshall Airport passengers and required for passengers patronizing airport restaurants and shops, as well as restaurant and shop workers. In response to those with essential travel needs asking “Is a mask required while flying?”, we’ve compiled this list of information from our airline partners.

This list will be updated as policies are announced. Please confirm airline policies with your airline prior to travel. Please note: access to the BWI Marshall Airport terminal is restricted to ticketed passengers and badged employees.

UPDATE: 5/11 at 12:30PM

ALASKA – Passengers are required to face masks and coverings on Alaska planes, as of May 11. All airline employees have been required to do so since May 4. More info here.

ALLEGIANT – Complimentary health and safety kits (including a single-use face mask among other items) will be distributed to Allegiant passengers during the boarding proeess. More info here.

AMERICAN – Passengers are required to wear a face covering (or mask while aboard AA aircraft, as of May 11 (more info here). Flight attendants have been required to wear face coverings since May 1 (more info here).

DELTA – Passengers are required to wear a face mask or covering, as of May 4, in check-in and boarding gate areas, as well as on aircraft. More info here.

FRONTIER – Passengers are required to wear a face covering at ticket counters, gate areas and onboard aircraft, as of May 8. More info here. Flight crews had already been required to wear face coverings.

JETBLUE – Passengers are required to wear face coverings during check-in, boarding, deplaning and while in-flight, as of May 4. Crew members were already required to wear face coverings. More info here.

SOUTHWEST – Face masks and coverings are required for passengers, as of May 11. More info here.

SOUTHERN AIRWAYS EXPRESS - Face masks or coverings are required of passengers, as of May 11, inside the airport and in-flight. Southern Airways' policies are in line with interline partner American Airlines. More info here.

SPIRIT – Passengers are will be required to wear face coverings, as of May 11. More info here.

UNITED – Passengers are required to wear face coverings onboard United aircraft, as of May 4. Flight attendants were already required to do so. More info here.