COVID-19 Testing Required Before Boarding Flights to the U.S.

Information as of 7:00JST,January 14th,2021.

Starting January 26, 2021 International flights to the United States will require a negative COVID-19 test certificate within 3 days of boarding. If you do not meet the following conditions you will not be able to board.

1. Before boarding, you must submit a CDC Attensation to the U.S. government. (If you are 2 - 17 years of age, parents or guardians need to submit it on their behalf.) Please download and fill out the following form (Attestation) and hand it to ANA staff at check-in.

2. Passengers 2 years or older are required to provide a negative COVID-19 test Certificate obtained within 3 days of departure or a recovery letter from COVID-19 (A certificate showing a positive COVID-19 infection within 90 days and a document showing that the passenger has been granted permission to travel by an authorized health care provider or public health authority). It should also be presented upon request from the U.S. government or state / local authorities.

All passengers entering the U.S. from Japan are requested to isolate at their home for 14 days after entry.
Please note that the quarantine measures may differ at some airports as outlined below.

Passengers arriving at San Francisco or San Jose airports (in the State of California) are requested to self-isolate for 10 days.
Passengers arriving at Los Angeles Airport (in the State of California) are required to self-isolate for 10 days.

In addition, all the states of the U.S. require the wearing of masks or face covers that sufficiently cover the mouth and nose at the airport.

See the website of each airport for further details.

January 14, 2021