In the COVID world, there is more danger en route to the airport. That is the unshakable conclusion of all the research into airport and aircraft cleanliness done by the industry over the past six months.
Most airports and airlines have turned check-in facilities, lounges and aircraft into operating theatres for cleanliness.
A combination of technology and risk management means consumers stand more chance of getting COVID-19 at a supermarket or restaurant than they do on a plane, according to researchers at Harvard University.
The Aviation Public Health Initiative (APHI) looked at the gate-to-gate journey onboard aircraft as part of ongoing research into read more ⇒