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Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes

Trip.com
24 May 20202561

The coronavirus is changing the future of travel and the airline industry has been forced to change with it. As much as everyone wants to know "when can we fly again?", the real burning question is: "is it safe to fly?” In an effort to prepare for the world taking to the skies again and to make fliers feel as safe as possible when they do, many airlines and airports are undertaking new health and safety measures as a direct response to covid-19. These safety measures include deep cleaning mandatory masks, temperature checks, HEPA Filters, aircraft ventilation, changed seat arrangements and social distancing.

Table of Contents

HEPA Filters
Hand Santizer
Temperature Checks
Deep Cleaning
Aircraft Ventilation
Social Distance
Modified Inflight Services
Catering Safeguards
Health Declaration Forms


To help you easily navigate the specific measures different airlines are taking, Trip.com have created a simple guide to Safe Flying that is searchable by airline.

Airlines include Qantas, Jetstar, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Philippine Airlines, LATAM and more.

An explanation of each measure in detail is below.


HEPA Filters

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes


Hand Santizer

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes


Temperature Checks

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes


Deep Cleaning

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes


Aircraft Ventilation

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes


Social Distance

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes


Modified Inflight Services

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes


Catering Safeguards

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes


Health Declaration Forms

Safe Flying and Coronavirus: Guide to Airline Changes

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