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Normalcy. It’s still hard to imagine, with people across the U.S. wearing masks and staying 6 feet apart. But with trillions of dollars at stake, one industry is eager for business as usual: the airline industry.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade group that represents hundreds of airlines and over 80% of all flights globally, and earlier this week, they shared a tentative, 21-page road map for what flying should look like in the age of COVID-19. The report sweats the small details, with advice for everything from checking in to cabin service.
So what’s flying look like in the future? Temperature checks are the new security screening. But your flight is still going to be packed. Read the full list of most notable changes here.