LONG BEACH, California (KHON2) — Long Beach Airport partnered with Hawaiian Airlines to open a COVID-19 testing site for passengers traveling to Hawaii on Tuesday, Jan. 12, and plans to open a second site for all airline passengers on Saturday, Jan. 16.
The drive-through lab that opened on Tuesday, Jan. 12, offers polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests from Worksite Labs for $90 and delivers results within 36 hours for Hawaiian Airlines passengers. The site is located at 4100 Donald Douglass Dr. and is open daily from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The second lab — set to open on Saturday, Jan. 16, for all passengers — will offer rapid PCR tests from COVID Clinic that deliver results within two hours as well as a variety of antigen and antibody tests. It will be located adjacent to the Hawaiian Airlines testing location and will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Hawaiian Airlines has five weekly non-stop flights between Long Beach and Honolulu and will begin daily non-stop flights to Kahului starting Tuesday, March 9.
To schedule an appointment for the Hawaiian Airlines lab, click here.
To schedule an appointment for the COVID Clinic lab for all passengers, click here.
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