Schedule a COVID19 PCR Swab for Travel

PCR Test Approved for All Airlines & Countries

Japan, Hong Kong, Cruises, Malaysia etc.


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Approved PCR Test for International Travel - Airline

Frequently Ask Questions

Simply just fill out the booking form request or call our testing PCR Hot line Choose an available time slot that works best for your trip.
Simply just fill out the booking form request or call our testing PCR Hot line Choose an available time slot that works best for your trip.
PCR test results are sent via email or text, so you receive them on your phone.
Keep in mind that turnaround time for test results: Standard PCR, RT-PCR Get result 19 hours Cost - $89 for International Airline Travel. FAST PCR, RT-PCR Test. Get Result 3 – 5 hours Cost - $109. Rapid Antigen Test - Get result in 15 minutes - $59
Yes, You can walk-in without an appointment at our collection point.
Our average turnaround time for our Standard PCR - 24 hours. Our Super-FAST RT-PCR test has an expected turnaround time of 3 – 5 hours. *Please note that our lab staff reserves the right to retest any sample if the result from the first test is not 100% conclusive. A retesting process may push the expected turnaround time further from our goal of 3 – 5 hours.
Your COVID-19 PCR Test results for International Airline Travel will be emailed to you if you provide us permission or you can pick test result at the center.
Most destinations that have COVID-19 restrictions require a negative PT-PCR test result within 48 hours of travel. Therefore, travelers should seek a PCR test 48 hours before their departure and check with airline carrier rules.
Standard PCR: The Standard Viral Test (PCR) uses a nasal/throat swab to detect the latest infection of COVID-19 in your body. This test might be needed before certain surgeries, returning to the office, discontinuing self-isolation, and even domestic traveling to certain places. RT-PCR: Real-time RT–PCR is one of the most commonly used for International Airline Travel laboratory methods for the detection of the COVID-19 virus. Most tests to screen for current SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Yes, the FDA has issued Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs) for different types of COVID-19 tests. Some tests are used to diagnose the virus that causes COVID-19 infection whereas other tests are used to detect a recent or prior COVID-19 infection.
Most tests to diagnose COVID-19 require a swab of your nose, finger prick or saliva.