Air Travel AustinTexas.gov
Air Travel. The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) is an award-winning airport in East Austin. The airport’s motto, “Relax, You’re in Austin,” captures how you’ll feel in Austin, from arrival to departure.
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Travel Safety AustinTexas.gov
(6 days ago) Holiday Travel Tips for Visitors and Travelers Holiday Travel. Most of us know that spending time with family on holidays means having to travel in some form. Whether it be by car, plane, or any other form of transportation, make sure you get to your destination safety by considering these safety tips: Before: Make sure your phone is charged.
Customs & International Travel AustinTexas.gov
(7 days ago) A passport is required for ALL international travel. If you're traveling anywhere overseas, even to Canada, the Caribbean or Mexico, you need a passport to board an international flight and to enter any country. In general, your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond the period of intended stay in a foreign country.
Travel & Security at Austin-Bergstrom International
(3 days ago) Travel Tips & Additional Resources Tacking Carry-On & Checked Luggage. You are allowed one carry-on and one personal item such as a laptop, purse, small backpack, briefcase or camera case (all items will go through the security screening process).
Airport Travel Tips AustinTexas.gov
(8 days ago) Departing passengers are advised to arrive inside the Barbara Jordan terminal at least 2 hours before their flight during peak times and 90 minutes before their flight for all other times. Peak departure travel times are 5 - 8 a.m., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. During these times passengers
Travel Medicine Resources AustinTexas.gov
(7 days ago) Travel Immunization Clinics . There are a number of places in Austin where you can obtain vaccinations to protect you while traveling internationally. A list of providers is available here. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Travel tips for holiday trips AustinTexas.gov
(8 days ago) Departure Lounge: upscale travel respite (near Gate 17). Berry Austin: frozen yogurt and smoothies (near Gate 17). At the South Terminal, the new Jet Set concessions and bar: grab and go food, cocktails and local beer (inside the South Terminal). De Nada Tacos: a food truck offering curated specialty tacos at the South Terminal’s outdoor patio.
AUS COVID-19 Information AustinTexas.gov
(7 days ago) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has issued Executive Order (GA-24) terminating air travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The executive order takes effect immediately, and removes the mandated temporary quarantine order for air travelers arriving from the following areas of the United States:
Traveling with Pets at the Airport AustinTexas.gov
(Just Now) Follow the tips below to make your experience a treat for everyone. More travel tips are available on our general travel tips page Contact your airline to learn about their policy on traveling with pets. For pets that fly, federal and state laws require a health certificate signed by a veterinarian
What time to be at your airline ticket counter
(8 days ago) Departing passengers are advised to arrive inside the terminal at least two hours before their flight during peak travel times (5-8 a.m., 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., 3:30-5:30 p.m.) and 90 minutes for all other times. The first TSA checkpoint opens daily at 3:30 a.m. Passenger screening checkpoint one and
AUS Check-in & Security AustinTexas.gov
(7 days ago) More AUS ® Travel Tips; Check your departure terminal (Barbara Jordan or South Terminal) What time to be at AUS ® ticket counter - Arrive 2 hours before departure during peak times. Be at ABIA ® at least 2 hours before peak times and 90 minutes for all other times. Peak departure travel times are 5 - 8 a.m., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
I’m flying into Austin. How do I get from the Airport to
(7 days ago) Click here to view Austin Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) ground transportation for hire information that includes shuttles, limos, taxis, rental cars and charters. For information on Capital Metro’s easy and affordable bus service to and from ABIA, learn more about the MetroAirport Flyer
Traveling with Children at the Airport AustinTexas.gov
(4 days ago) With most airlines, infants who travel and don't occupy a seat are still given a luggage allotment. Check with your airline to see what their policy is. In addition to a checked piece of luggage, the following items are usually accepted without charge: Baby/car seat; Bassinette; Stroller
AUS Updates on COVID-19 AustinTexas.gov
(3 days ago) Updated May 21, 2020: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has issued Executive Order (GA-24) terminating air travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The executive order takes effect immediately, and removes the mandated temporary quarantine order for air travelers arriving from the following areas of the United States: California.
Pack Smart AustinTexas.gov
(Just Now) For a list of common travel items and if they can be in carry-on or need to be checked. Tip: Make a list, it will help you to remember everything you need and coordinate outfits. Checked Baggage. Don’t lock checked baggage unless you use a TSA "Accepted and Recognized" lock.
Transportation Demand Management AustinTexas.gov
(Just Now) Our department’s Transportation Demand Management Program works to encourage sustainable modes of travel and relieve traffic congestion in Austin and its regional neighbors. Transportation demand management promotes solutions that move trips to off-peak hours or shift drive-alone trips to other forms such as public transit, walking, biking, teleworking, carpooling, and vanpooling.
Transit Priority Lanes AustinTexas.gov
(Just Now) The right-most travel lanes on Guadalupe and Lavaca are the transit priority lanes and travel in these lanes is restricted to transit vehicles and cars making right turns. By concentrating transit in this lane, the transit priority lanes help organize travel and move more people efficiently.
COVID-19 Testing Information AustinTexas.gov
(1 days ago) COVID-19 Testing Anyone with any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 should get tested, regardless of vaccination status or prior infection. If you get tested because you have symptoms or were potentially exposed to the virus, you should stay away from others pending test results and follow the advice of your health care provider.
Investigation underway after young travelers return from a
(Just Now) While Mexico at the time of their travel was not under a federal travel advisory, Austin-Travis County residents should follow CDC’s travel recommendations indicating travelers avoid all non-essential international travel. A leisure …