Of all the industries the coronavirus pandemic has affected, the airline industry is among those that have been hit the hardest. According to the International Air Transport Association, airlines’ passenger revenue is estimated to sink by over $300 billion from 2019. In the age of social distancing, planes are not designed to keep passengers six feet apart. Still, airlines are making drastic changes to their travel policies, pushing sanitation efforts, and more to attract weary travelers back to the skies.
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