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Current Restrictions on Traveling to Fairbanks for Non-Residents of Alaska

(effective 10/16/20, subject to change)

Your safety and enjoyment have always been our top priorities at Fairbanks Snow Sleighers. In response to the Covid-19 global pandemic, we have made several changes to our operational strategy to try to ensure that our customers and our employees remain safe and healthy. We are following CDC guidelines for disinfecting and sanitizing our workplace, gear, and snowmobiles. We have implemented an ultraviolet (UVC) light sanitization system, and will be sanitizing all gear before and after each tour.

We are abiding by all state and local mandates. All tours will be private tours this season, as we will not be mixing different groups as we have in the past. These changes reduce the likelihood of transmission and exposure to the novel coronavirus, which will help to keep us all safe, and of good health. We strive to be socially responsible and view these changes as necessary changes that allow us all to continue to enjoy life to the fullest. We are excited to remain open and enjoy the opportunity to continue to serve you.

Lastly, in response to unpredictable travel restrictions, we are offering zero-risk bookings. If you have to change or cancel a reservation due to travel restrictions we will work with you to reschedule your tour and or provide a full refund.

The following step-by-step guidelines are to ensure that visitors coming to Fairbanks from outside of Alaska have the information they need to travel to Fairbanks in accordance with the current State of Alaska travel mandate, as well as to protect their health and safety during their time in Fairbanks.

The Fairbanks International Airport is currently serviced by two different carriers – Alaska Airlines and Delta Airlines — that offer direct flights from Seattle to Fairbanks. Links to their COVID-19 passenger travel information, including the detailed health and safety protocols each airline has implemented, is below:

• Alaska Airlines: https://www.alaskaair.com/content/advisories/coronavirus?int=_AS_HomePage_AdvisoryBR_L1||2020_CV_A W||-prodID:Awareness#weve-got-you-covered

• Delta Air Lines: https://www.delta.com/us/en/travel-update-center/ways-we-are-keeping-you-safe/onboard-services#socialdist