Airlines Policies, Procedures — Keeping You Safer
Are you ready to fly — to do business; or reunite, refresh, escape?
According to Airlines for America, representing major carriers, passenger numbers in recent months fell to the lowest levels since the 1950s, with about 75% of U.S. flights less than half full. And even though as of this past Memorial Day, demand was down about 90% from last year, the U.S. airlines and the aviation industry are working to get you in the air again, while keeping you safe.
New suggestions and rules are being established to gain your trust, from the time you get to the airport until you’re at your destination. Here’s a summary and suggestions:
Planning your flight
— Check airports and airlines Covid-19 updates as you plan.
— Carry — and use — a mask, wipes and hand sanitizer. If you don’t wear gloves, carry tissues to avoid touching public objects. And remember to keep your hands from your face