Travel News Safety & Insurance Travelers Can Now Book a COVID-19 Test Through United Airlines Book your test appointment through the airline's Travel-Ready Center Written by Stefanie Waldek Instagram Twitter Stefanie Waldek is a Brooklyn-based travel writer with over six years of experience. She covers various destinations, hotels, and travel products for TripSavvy. Tripsavvy's Editorial Guidelines Stefanie Waldek Updated 04/22/21 Fact-Checked by Reviewed on 04/22/21 Jillian Dara Instagram Twitter Jillian Dara is a freelance travel writer and fact checker. Her work has appeared in Travel + Leisure, USA Today 10Best, Michelin Guide, Hemispheres, DuJour, and Jetsetter. About TripSavvy Fact-Checking Jillian Dara Share Pin Email Scott Olson / Getty Images United is more than ready to get travelers back up in the air—in fact, it's actively making travel easier for its passengers. Now, through the airline's Travel-Ready Center, which is available both online and in-app, passengers on upcoming United flights can discover entry requirements for destinations worldwide and make appointments for COVID-19 tests. "We continue to look for innovative solutions that make travel easier and safer for our customers and employees," United's chief customer officer Toby Enqvist said in a statement. "This new feature enables customers to travel with confidence knowing they can quickly locate a testing provider if they need one, schedule an appointment, and get the results they need—all within the United Travel-Ready Center experience." The airline has partnered with the TrustAssure network to provide access to these appointments, which can be made at more than 200 locations across the country (right now, the primary focus is on United's hub cities of Chicago, Houston, New York/Newark, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, but the network is expanding rapidly). If you schedule your appointment through the Travel-Ready Center, your results will automatically be uploaded to the site and validated to give you travel clearance. The debut of the new feature coincides with the launch of United's new routes to Croatia, Greece, and Iceland—three countries that are permitting vaccinated Americans to enter. Over the last month, United reports a 61 percent increase in searches for flights to those destinations. "As countries around the world begin the process of reopening, leisure travelers are eager to take a long-awaited getaway to new international destinations," Patrick Quayle, United's vice president of international network and alliances, said in a statement. And United is certainly eager to facilitate those trips. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit Here's What It's Like to Travel to France Right Now It Just Got Much Easier to Fly to South Africa Canada to Loosen Border Restrictions Next Month—as Long as You're Vaccinated This Top Airline Now Offers Free Chauffeurs for Its Economy Passengers I'm on a Cruise Ship With a Positive COVID-19 Case—Here's Why I'm Not Concerned Getting Into Hawaii Just Got a Little Easier—as Long as You’re Vaccinated Europe Launches a COVID-19 Digital Pass for Travel Got Your COVID-19 Shot? United Wants to Give You a Year of Free Flights The CDC Just Eased COVID-19 Travel Recommendations for 61 Countries Everyone's Going to Europe This Summer—But Here's How You Can Beat the Crowds What Travelers Should Know About the Delta Variant Travel to the Caribbean: A Reopening Timeline, Country by Country Here’s What It’s Like to Travel to Puerto Rico During the COVID-19 Pandemic United Will Offer Optional Contact Tracing On All Flights Delta Air Lines Is Now Flying Nonstop to Greece What Countries Can I Travel To If I’m Vaccinated?