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.