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Airlines are doing away with middle seats and beverage service

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Fliers in the United States have gotten used to bringing their own food, but now they'll have to bring their own beverages, too. Major US airlines are implementing substantial changes to the few free things passengers still receive on airplanes, including drinks and snacks, because of the coronavirus pandemic. (www.cnn.com) Más...

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ADXbear
ADXbear 5
Stay F ing home. Dont be part of the problem...
patpylot
patrick baker 4
damn sure removing middle seat is still within 6 feet zone of avoidance. Also seats behing and ahead are easily within 6 feet. Nice try....
Moviela
Ric Wernicke 1
What really needs to happen is to have all those middle seats remain on the ground until this disaster passes. Two weeks? A month? Whatever it takes to minimise human suffering. People need to stay away from each other so this virus dies of starvation.

There is going to be horrible suffering in the coming weeks in New York because of the slowness of the Governor to react and make decisions and the attitude of NYC residents that they are the center of the universe and continued to engage in behaviors that medical experts have told us not to do.

All passenger airports should be closed except for emergency traffic for the duration.
KicksOnRoute66
Roger Anderson 0
This is barely social distancing. I'm guessing they're hoping the AC does a bit to get rid off the air quickly.
Ra1n
Ra1n 1
Most, if not all, modern airliners replace the entire volume of cabin air with fresh air around 15 times per hour.
Ra1n
Ra1n 3
Random somewhat related follow up since I can't edit my comment:

The various surfaces you touch while on the plane (seat belt buckles, tray tables, ect) are the biggest risk in my opinion. Fiddling with the tray and then scratching an itch on your face is a larger issue than simply sitting near someone especially because it appears many people are asymptomatic. This has been the case even before COVID-19.

I've heard from a few people who have traveled in the US recently and the planes were near empty (3 passengers in one case!). Luckily, from the standpoint of preventing the spread of the virus, most people simply are not traveling!
Fairweatherbill
Bill Fairweather 0
I can't have more than 3 oz of shampoo in my carry-ons, but 12 oz of some supposedly digestible liquid is ok?
charlie02vy
Charlie Roberts 2
Can't bring the fluids from outside through security....once past security numerous shops and restaurants offer take-out and to go for you to enjoy in the spacious seat of your flight.
Fairweatherbill
Bill Fairweather 0
I guess the concessionaires in the airplane part making enough money already.
pilot62
Scott Campbell 0
No you'll have to 5 dollars for a can of coke in the airport

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