Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impacts & Information
Stay Safe - RSW Cares About You
The health and safety of our passengers, airport business partners and employees is a top priority at Southwest Florida International Airport. The Lee County Port Authority has introduced a new comprehensive plan to help make passengers feel comfortable and confident about traveling from our airport. Click here for information on what the Port Authority, its airlines and other business partners are doing at RSW.
- Concourse C Closed: Effective April 23, 2020, Concourse C is temporarily closed in an effort to consolidate airport resources. Delta passengers will go to Concourse D and United passengers will go to Concourse B for security screening and flights. Ticketing and check-in for Delta and United remains the same. If you are picking up arriving passengers, please proceed to Concourses B or D. For more information, see news release.
- Due to travel restrictions to Europe, Eurowings service to Germany has been suspended. For more information, please visit the Eurowings website.
Restaurants & Shops
Shopping and dining options are limited at this time due to the level of passenger traffic and social distancing measures at RSW. See below for a listing of what is currently operating:
Beaches Travelmart/Dunkin' near Concourse D
Beaches Travelmart/Dunkin' near Concourse B (Saturdays only)
Beaches Boardwalk Café (Limited menu and 50 percent seating)
Great American Bagel
Casa Bacardi (Limited menu and 50 percent seating)
Great American Bagel
General Passenger Precautions
The Lee County Port Authority has increased the frequency of cleaning in high-traffic, high-touch areas. We encourage all of those traveling, working or visiting RSW to take the following personal precautions:
- Stay home if you are sick.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Cover your cough or sneeze.
- Wash hands often and for at least 20 seconds.
- Practice social distancing when traveling. Please stay 6 feet away from other passengers, if possible.
The Lee County Port Authority has been working with local and state officials, as well as industry partners during this pandemic and will continue to adjust and implement changes at RSW to help with the health and safety of our passengers. For more information, please visit the Florida Department of Health or Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.