INDIANAPOLIS — If you’re going to visit the Indianapolis International Airport any time soon, you’ll need to wear a face mask.
Per the TSA, masks are required at airports, onboard commercial aircraft, on over-the-road-buses, and on commuter bus and rail systems through Sept. 13.
TSA announced the extension of the federal mask mandate on April 30.
Exemptions to the face mask requirement for travelers under the age of two and those with certain disabilities will continue. Fines are still possible for people who do not comply with the mandate. Fines start at $250 and rise to $1,500 for repeat offenders.
At the airport and need a mask? Complimentary masks are available at the airport’s Guest Services desk.
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