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Travel Preparation

Safely Moving Forward Together 

Des Moines International Airport has added to and continues to adjust our operational procedures to keep employees and travelers safe during the pandemic.  Here are several measures we have implemented to keep our facility clean and to maximize opportunities for safety.  

*Please note per the Mayor's mandate, all travelers and guests need to wear a mask while in the terminal.  Free masks are available at the ticket counters or for purchase at Hudson and in the PPE vending machine. 

DSM Airport - Coronavirus Response

The Des Moines International Airport is following guidance provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Iowa Department of Public Health, and industry leaders to minimize the spread of COVID-19 at the airport.  We are committed to the health and safety of our passengers and employees.  With that in mind, we are taking the following measures:

  • Increasing our use of disinfectant and cleaning high touch areas, like ticketing kiosks, handrails, elevator buttons, escalators, restroom doors, etc.
  • Increasing hand sanitizer stations throughout the terminal for passengers.
  • Posting personal hygiene educational signage throughout the airport.
  • Face coverings required for travelers, per city mandate.
  • Using plexiglass barriers to protect travelers and employees. 
  • Coordinating with our airline and tenant partners to monitor and address changes in the status of our region’s health.

What is COVID-19/ Coronavirus and how does it spread?*

COVID-19 is a respiratory virus that can spread easily from person to person, mostly through coughing and sneezing. When a sick person coughs or sneezes near you, you can breathe in droplets that have the virus. The droplets can also land on surfaces you may touch with your hands. For more information, visit www.cdc.gov. 

Protect Yourself with these tips from the CDC.

Airline Contact Information - Check & Change Reservations

Unfortunately, airport staff is unable to answer questions or change flight reservations.  You will need to contact your airline directly.   

Visit your airline's website to view current fare deals to your favorite destinations. 


FLY HEALTHY. FLY SMART. 

    Airlines are helping you fly healthy and providing additional tips on what you can do to fly smart. 

    Learn more here. 


    Preparing to Travel - Iowa to Anywhere

    Having a pleasant flight begins before you arrive at the airport.

    With a little advance information, you'll be better prepared for your flight. We recommend you review the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) policies, procedures, and guidelines for air travel. By understanding these guidelines before you pack, you'll save time and know what to expect from the screening process. Visit www.tsa.gov.

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) also has Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) that they enforce in Aviation. Passengers violating the HMR can be fined from $250-$50,000. Please check here before your flight so you understand the guidelines.

    Your airline is the best source of information about luggage sizes and restrictions, check-in procedures, scheduled arrival and departure times, destinations, fees, and ticket prices.

    For airline contact information, visit our Airlines page.