Are passenger-facing staff required to wear face coverings?
Are passenger-facing staff required to wear gloves?
In accordance with local government health orders, all passengers, visitors, and staff must wear a face covering while indoors.
Are passenger-facing staff subject to health screening?
What special COVID-19 cleaning/sterilization measures has the airport implemented? Provide details for areas such as restrooms, boarding areas, dining areas, etc.?
Public Health Madison & Dane County and the State of Wisconsin both require face coverings in public buildings. All touched surfaces are cleaned at least once a day. This includes escalators, handrails, seats, tables, bathrooms, water fountains, and baggage belts. High touch areas like handrails, bathrooms, and baggage belts are cleaned multiple times a day. We have acquired the most effective cleaning technology in the industry. This includes fogging machines and sanitizer sprayers that provide thorough cleaning throughout the terminal. All restrooms are meticulously cleaned at least two times a day. We have touchless soap dispensers and faucets in all our restrooms. We have implemented numerous hand sanitizer stands throughout the terminal allowing you to sanitize after every touchpoint of your airport journey. We have implemented signage on our flight information displays and at each entrance reminding passengers to social distance, wear a face covering, cover coughs and sneezes, and wash their hands frequently.
Has the airport implemented physical distancing detection technology?
Has seating been adapted to support physical distancing in the following areas?
Does the airport provide signage and announcements via PA system to encourage physical distancing measures in place?
Seating and tables have been removed or relocated in congested areas to facilitate social distancing.
Signage was spread liberally throughout the entire facility, particularly near every entrance and the TSA security checkpoints.