Social distancing in the skies becomes a perk in post-Covid travel

Air passengers looking for that one-metre buffer between seats must be ready to pay for the luxury

After the government changed its advice against all but essential foreign travel last month I joined some of the first passengers to board a flight in almost four months.

As flight attendants herded us post-lockdown travel guinea pigs on to the Ryanair plane to Mallorca from Manchester airport in early July, there was a palpable sense of relief amongst passengers when it became apparent that the flight would not be busy.

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian: Social distancing in the skies becomes a perk in post-Covid travel ———

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