Bangor International Airport and the City of Bangor are working to provide you with the most up-to-date information regarding travel and COVID-19. For more information, we recommend you visit https://www.maine.gov/covid-19.
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL POLICY
Pre-entry tests are no longer be required for fully vaccinated travelers entering Canada by land, air or water. Click here for more information.
Effective Sunday, June 12 at 12:01 AM: International travelers flying to the U.S. will no longer need to show proof of a negative coronavirus test before boarding their flights to the United States.
DOMESTIC TRAVEL POLICY
Maine no longer requires proof of a negative test or quarantine for travelers coming to the state from other states.
Traveling to another state? Visit the CDC’s Travel Planner site to learn more about COVID-19 travel restrictions, guidance, and resources in your destination.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
(6/3/2022) Masks are not currently required. This is subject to change in the event that the transmission rate in Penobscot County rises to a higher level.
Curative is operating a COVID-19 testing site inside the Domestic Terminal at BGR. Testing is available to the public. The COVID-19 test is self-collected and painless, helping you and your family stay healthy. You will receive your results digitally after the test is processed by Curative’s lab.
**Due to changes made by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Curative cannot accept international insurance for testing. They will continue to offer free PCR tests for Canadian travelers, but cannot provide rapid tests unless U.S. insurance information is given.
Current hours of operation (subject to change):
Monday 7am – 6pm
Tuesday 7am – 6pm
Wednesday 10am – 4pm
Thursday 7am – 6pm
Friday 7am – 6pm
Saturday 8am – 12pm
To search for other testing sites, visit maine.gov/covid19/testing
No, the Real ID waiver has been extended until May 2023. For more information about Real ID, please click here.
- Fogging of all public spaces and employee areas is occurring as needed.
- Hand sanitizing stations are available at busy locations.
- All restroom soap dispensers are using antibacterial soap.
- Cleaning measures have been increased. All surfaces that are frequently touched (door handles, push plates, sink handles, etc.) are being disinfected more frequently.
- All employees have been briefed and are to use provided PPE to help protect and prevent any potential spread.
- We continue to monitor CDC recommendations and are compliant with industry standards regarding this, and all, issues of concern.