TEAM CHO IS NOW HIRING!

We’re searching for the right people to join Team CHO! If you’re interested in our exciting opportunities, check out the new openings on our employment page and apply online now!  

AIRPORT ADVISORY

CHO Airport believes that the health and safety of its passengers, employees, tenants, and general public is paramount.  To prevent the spread of the novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, CHO Airport is following the recommendations posted by the CDC and the Virginia Department of Health.  We are continuously monitoring the outbreak locally, as well as around the world.

To find out more about our efforts, please visit our advisory here.

TRAVEL ADVISORY

Delta Air Lines and United Airlines and American Airlines will require passengers to wear face masks when traveling. Please check with your respective airline for more details!

AIRPORT ADVISORY

The Charlottesville Albemarle Airport Authority’s Mask Policy:

Executive Order Sixty-Three, requiring Virginians to wear face coverings in public indoor settings to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, is now in effect.  For more information, please visit the full text of Executive Order Sixty-Three here.  Frequently asked questions can be found here.

Under the President’s Executive Order 13998, Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel, (Executive Order 13998) issued on January 21, 2021, the Secretary of Transportation must require masks to be worn in compliance with the CDC Order in airports, consistent with applicable law. To accomplish this requirement, and to achieve the legislative purposes of preventing and responding to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), each Airport Coronavirus Response Grant Program grant agreement will include a special condition that the airport sponsor implement a policy requiring all persons wear a mask, in accordance with the CDC Order and TSA Security Directive, as applicable, at all times while in all public areas of the airport property, except to the extent exempted under those requirements. The CDC and TSA requirements exempt certain categories of persons from the mask-wearing mandate: a child under the age of two, a person with a disability who cannot wear or safely wear a mask because of the disability, or a person for whom wearing a mask would create a risk to workplace safety, health, or job duties. This special condition requires the airport sponsor continue to require masks until Executive Order 13998 is no longer effective. Failure to comply with this special condition may result in suspension of payments or termination of the grant, consistent with 2 CFR §§ 200.339 and 200.340.