As concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue, the
Plattsburgh International Airport continues to monitor events and is operating under normal conditions. Also, please consult TSA for any changes in security measures.
We communicate regularly with the
Clinton County Health Department and other local, state and federal partners regarding preparedness and response and have taken several actions in response to this event to include placement of additional hand sanitizer dispensers and increased cleaning in high traffic areas.
As a reminder, the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend the following dos and don’ts when it comes to travel. HEALTHY travel Practices PBG is practicing social distancing - please remain 6ft apart when entering the terminal Wash hands often Cough into your elbow and sneeze into a tissue Consult with a doctor before traveling when sick Stay up-to-date on vaccinations Avoid contact with people who are already sick Avoid contact with animals while traveling Be aware of latest travel advisories from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. State Department COVID-19 DON’TS Touch your eyes, nose and mouth Use face masks (the CDC does not recommend facemasks for general U.S. public to prevent the spread of COVID-19) Cancel plans to travel within the U.S. Panic Airline updates
Passengers should contact their
airline for the most current information regarding flights or for other questions about their travel plans. Links to airlines and Coronavirus updates are below. Parking Notice
Please note the following temporary changes to our parking operations:
Due to the change in activities, we will be closing lot B and direct all traffic into lot A The shuttle services will be modified during operating hours and will be utilized only when necessary Weekend days shuttle service will be available at times of flight arrivals Restaurant Please note that at this time our restaurant is closed. It will reopen once the mandatory shutdown has been lifted.
Airport staff continue to monitor information provided by
Public Health Officials and will take additional measures as necessary to ensure the safety and security of the traveling public. VIDEO