Conflict Over Onboard Social Distancing Emerges In Europe

As demand returns the situation will change and airlines are lobbying governments to allow them to fill aircraft with no or few restrictions.
FRANKFURT—European airlines are warning of the potential effects of social distancing measures onboard aircraft as the industry begins planning for how to restart air transport in the region. While there appears to be broad agreement that new measures have to be introduced to protect the health of...

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