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7 ways flying could change in the age of COVID-19 (and 1 way it definitely won’t)

22 May 2020

The airlines are VERY concerned about your safety, everywhere but actually on the packed plane.

Cruise ships offer a deadly petri dish for COVID-19 to spread, but air travel doesn’t seem to be all that wise either. Airports are full of cramped lines. Planes have built their entire business model on packing as many people as possible into a small space that’s filled with recycled air. And, of course, a single infected person flying from one city to another can spread a pandemic, too.


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