How long before a domestic flight Do I have to check-in?

How long before a domestic flight Do I have to check-in?

If you are travelling on a domestic flight, plan to arrive at least one to two hours before departure. You will still need to pass through security and find your gate in time for boarding. If you already checked in online, you will still need a minimum of 30 minutes.

What is United check-in policy?

For most United- and United Express-operated flights within the U.S., travelers with checked baggage must check in at least 45 minutes before departure.

Can you check-in online if you have a bag to check?

If you have luggage to check, checking in online can still save you a little time; some airlines have a designated desk where you can drop off your bag without having to go through the whole check-in process. You can also use curbside check-in.

What are United Airlines Covid policies?

All employees and customers are welcome to wear a face covering if they choose. However, face coverings are no longer required on board domestic flights and at most U.S. airports. If you’re flying internationally, whether face coverings are required is dependent upon the arrival country’s mask requirements.

Does United airlines require Covid test?

Airlines must refuse travel to anyone who has not met the criteria to travel or to anyone who does not present a negative test result for COVID-19 or documentation of recovery. Once that is the case, we’ll re-book you with no change fees. Call 800-864-8331 to re-book your travel.

Can you arrive 30 minutes before a flight?

For most airports, you must be checked in at least 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time (airports requiring additional time are listed here, Go to footer note) Additionally, you’re required to be at the gate and ready to board 15 minutes before scheduled departure.

Does United require Covid test to fly within us?

If you are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you’ll need to: (If fully vaccinated) Have proof of full vaccination as approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) or U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and a negative COVID-19 test taken within one calendar day of departure.