Contactless Flights Are the New Normal. Here's What You Can Expect
Travel may seem like an impossibility right now given the current circumstances, but with the right preparation and safety guidelines, the recovery of air travel may come sooner than expected.
Leading the initiative is Cebu Pacific. The airline has just released its new measures for contactless flights, and it's a peek into what those who need to travel can expect. Check out the many ways travel will change for all us below.
Ground staff will be required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs).
Self-check-in and no-touch boarding will be observed.
Mandatory use of face masks and social distancing will be practiced.
According to Cebu Pacific, "passengers will have to stow their own hand-carry bags in the overhead bins and practice self-disposal of trash."
The flight crew will be tested before boarding flights.
All aircraft will be disinfected daily, according to the WHO and Bureau of Quarantine's procedures.
For more ease of mind, Cebu Pacific's fleet is equipped with High Efficiency Particulate Arrestor (HEPA) filters to block microscopic bacteria and virus clusters. And yes, that includes coronavirus.
Watch the video below for more on Cebu Pacific's increased safety and disinfection measures.