30
June
2020
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01:18 PM
Europe/Amsterdam

TPA launches two new digital resources to help travelers as more flights return

Airlines are adding back more than 1,700 flights out of Tampa International Airport in July, significantly increasing service to existing destinations and reestablishing service to several cities that had been served prior to the pandemic.

Keeping track of all that change can be a challenge.

To help passengers stay informed, Tampa Airport is rolling out two new digital resources designed to track the rapidly changing aviation landscape and how to fly responsibly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The first site features a comprehensive list of all of TPA’s nonstop destinations, including which airlines fly the routes or when service is expected to return.

The destinations are broken down by geographic region and will be updated weekly, to provide the latest and best information.

Check it out: http://www.tampaairport.com/nonstop

The second site, TPA Ready, is a one-stop-shop for all the news and information about how to fly more safely during COVID-19 and all the steps Tampa International Airport is taking to promote the health and safety of employees and travelers.

Check it out: http://www.tampaairport.com/tpa-ready

The site features updates on pre-flight information, such as the requirement to wear face masks, and the status of our shops and restaurants. It also lays out all the steps the Airport has taken to clean and sanitize the facility and to add extra protective measures.

The site also provides numerous helpful links to third-party resources to help you monitor travel restrictions and plan your flight.