Testing services will be offered on an ongoing basis from Thursday 1 October to 31 October.
“This is the only airport in the entire country that is doing this test for anyone, going to any destination, on any airline, only TPA is doing it and we hope others follow it as well Will do. Testing is the key to getting people back on the journey. “
According to Tiliakos, the test will be available daily from 8 am to 2 pm and will be open to all ticketed passengers who are flying or have flown within three days and can show proof of travel. PCR testing will cost $ 125 and antigen testing will cost $ 57.
Tiliasos said the test will be conducted by BiCare nurses and medical professionals, and passengers have the option to receive a PCR test within 48 hours or with a rapid antigen test that gives passengers results within 15 minutes.
Tilliakos said, “It’s about taking bold steps to reimagine air travel. This flight is about instilling even more confidence in the public, and frankly it’s about taking a breather back into our industry About which is very badly needed right now, ”Tiliakos said.
The initial testing program for Jamaica will begin at Miami International Airport in October and is working with the airlines The Bahamas and CARICOM (The Caribbean Community), which was released to expand the program in the Caribbean.
Preflight testing from Dallas-Fourth Worth International to Hawaii will also be available soon.