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    Flights Cancel at Prescott Regional Airport

    Prescott, AZ (April 8, 2020.) – Due to emerging challenges in California, United Airlines is temporarily suspending service from Prescott Regional Airport (PRC) to/from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) starting on April 12th.   The LAX-PRC and PRC-LAX service is planned to resume on May 4th, 2020.  The daily Prescott (PRC) to/from Denver (DEN) flight will remain available.  Currently, Denver International Airport still offers 218 United Airlines daily departures to 133 destinations.

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    Effective midnight tonight, Prescott Regional Airport will comply with the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-24 on “Requirements for Individuals Traveling to Arizona”.  Prior to boarding a flight to Prescott (from DEN or LAX), inbound airline passengers will be notified (by the Airline) that those entering Arizona from places of substantial community spread – including but not limited to the New York and the Tri-State area – shall immediately isolate or self-quarantine for 14 days upon arriving.

    The Executive Order does not apply to the following people: airline employees; military personnel; healthcare workers; human services personnel; workers conducting essential infrastructure operations; and workers providing essential governmental functions. However, these people should follow guidelines from the CDC to minimize the risk of spread of COVID-19, such as wearing non-surgical masks.

    For questions about this travel requirement or for help on the current list of “places of substantial community spread”, call the Yavapai County Health Department at 928-442-5103.

    For information about flights and ticketing, go to United.com or call 1-800-864-8331.

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