First of all, avoid air travel during the pandemic if you can! If you do need to travel due to emergency it can be done but with careful planning at every step. I travelled from US to India recently and here are some tips based on my travel experience: Start with picking an airline that requires covid test for all travelers. United didnt require a covid test but most international airlines too. Ensure you have enough masks (surgical and cloth are fine but if you prefer N95 thats fine too), carry alcohol wipes and wipe your seat/table before sitting down whether in airport lounge or plane seat (nope, planes werent as clean as you think, even during covid!). My flight was 15 hours long and one has to wear mask during the entire time except when eating/drinking. You could wear a shield as well but I found it uncomfortable. When I landed in both countries, I made sure I quarantined and took a covid test 3-4 days after travel (on both sides) so I can feel safe interacting with family members. Delhi has a mandatory 14 day quarantine unless you can show a covid negative test result taken 48 hours prior to boarding. I do have to comment that I was quite impressed with all the checks and balances Delhi airport had in order to atleast 'try' to prevent covid. Unfortuntately I didnt get that sense in US where they didnt check temperatures of any travelers, didnt require quarantine nor statement from travelers to atleast attempt to self quarantine for the sake of others! Good luck with your travels (but please avoid it completely if you can!). Contact me if you need more details on the logistics of air travel during pandemic.