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What to Expect When Flying Lansing

Mask Protocols

Masks and face coverings are no longer required in airports, including LAN. Travelers and visitors who wish to continue wearing a mask or face covering are encouraged to do so. While it is no longer a requirement, the CDC recommends that people continue to wear masks in indoor public transportation settings. For full mask guidelines and additional information, visit the CDC Guide to Masks.

Plexiglass Installations

We have installed plexiglass windows in high traffic areas including the TSA checkpoint and the Customs and Border Protection screening area. Plexiglass keeps our staff and passengers better protected from contracting airborne illness including COVID-19 by creating a light barrier.


Cleaning and sanitization protocols have been increased in all areas of the airport. We are paying special attention and focusing on areas of high traffic and common touch points. In addition to the manual sanitization, we have also installed measures to constantly sanitize key areas.

Touch-Free Experience

We have made many changes throughout our airport to give passengers the option to have a nearly touch-free experience when they Fly Lansing. From the check-in process to the restrooms you can be sure you will be provided a safe and comfortable experience. The TSA checkpoint at LAN uses a credential authentication technology (CAT) unit and Computed Tomography (CT) scanners, which also reduce touchpoints.

Airline & TSA COVID-19 Protocol

For the most up-to-date COVID-19 information including policy changes from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and our partnering airlines, visit their websites.

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

American Airlines

Delta Air Lines

Apple/ALG Vacations

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