Try to make this as contact-free as possible, Quigley said. Check in online, and use your phone for a boarding pass. If you must physically check in, do it at a kiosk. Experts recommend carrying bags on rather than checking them to be as safe as possible; if you must check a bag, look for contactless options. Quigley said he’s been able to print out a tag for his bag at a kiosk and then walk it to a drop-off point. “No person-to-person interaction,” he said.