Suppliers, regulators and other organizations are rolling out measures to give people the confidence to resume travel and ensure they can do so safely, with reduced risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Many aspects of air travel may not return to how they were before COVID-19. Safety has always been the top priority for airlines. Aside from flight safety, airlines are also doing much more to protect the personal safety of their customers. Some of the changes they are making are temporary—simply to restart travel—or may evolve as the pandemic runs its course; others may become permanent measures.
What does the new future of air travel look like?
Our new report Getting back to business travel: On the airplane provides some of the answers. It details changes already introduced in some markets and some that are on the way, and even speculates some of the more innovative approaches airlines may adopt to protect passengers from COVID-19.
Advice and tips for travelers
We’ve also created an infographic with advice and tips that travel managers may wish to share with their travelers for a seamless and safe experience when away from home, covering:
- At the gate
- Carry on
- During boarding
- Taking your seat
- During the flight