American Airlines expands preflight COVID-19 testing

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    American Airlines said on Tuesday it is expanding preflight COVID-19 testing for all U.S. destinations that have travel restrictions.

    The airline will offer the nasal swab, PCR test for $129. The company, in collaboration with testing partner LetsGetChecked, promises results within 48 hours.

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