We're flying to Lisbon on April 6th. I know we need a covid test 72 hours before we fly but I'm not sure which one. I've read that it needs to be a PCR. The quick (saliva) test seems to be accepted by all of the airlines and I've read it's fine on other forums but Ei! told me that it must be the nasal or throat swab. I'm having a hard time finding one in my area that will get the results back in time. Any and all info on this greatly appreciated.
In the mean time, we sold our house! Yay! But that ice storm through the south messed up our schedule so we negotiated a lease-back for a few weeks.
Every day there seems to be a new complication. Last week Delta canceled our flight to Lisbon. I waited on hold for three hours and had to push them to get a refund. It's the law. If they cancel they must offer a refund. It wasn't easy but we got it. At least we were able to find a less expensive flight.