• Air Travel Safety is Undergoing Changes – Face Masks, Shields, Fever Screenings

    From the month of May, if you’re planing on traveling, you might want to be informed about the upcoming changes in safety protocols and flying etiquette.

    In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, some airlines have been distributing masks, sanitizing gel, and disinfectant wipes to passengers. However, some domestic airlines have also decided that the use of a face covering will be mandatory. You will be expected to bring your own, but if you happen to be without a face mask, you will have access to obtaining one (there might be a charge in some cases). Also, everyone will be screened for fevers, while plexiglass shields will separate passengers from security screeners.

    Policy Changes Among Major Carriers:

    American
    Effective May 11th, passengers will be required to wear face masks. The crew is already required to wear them, and they have bee distributing masks, sanitizing gel, and disinfectant wipes to passengers for some time.

    Alaska and Horizon
    Effective May 11th, face masks will be mandatory for passengers, and from May 4th for employees.

    Delta Airlines
    Effective May 4th, face masks will be mandatory from the time passengers check in through the time they get off, with the exception of meal service. Masks will also be required in Sky Club lounges. Flight attendants are already wearing masks.

    Frontier
    Effective May 8th, all  passengers will be required to wear a mask throughout their entire journey. This will include all ticket counters and gate areas.

    JetBlue
    Effective May 4th, face masks will be mandatory from the time passengers check in through the time they deplane. The entire crew is already wearing masks in public.

    Southwest
    Effective May 11th, face coverings or masks will be required for passengers. Masks will be available for anyone who fails to bring their own.

    United
    Effective May 4th, passengers will be provided with face masks or coverings. Pilots, flight attendants, customer service agents, and ramp workers are already wearing masks.

    Safe travels!

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