How to Fly Safe and Arrive Well during COVID
How to Fly Safe and Arrive Well During COVID: Covid has affected the economy all over the world. The travel industry is the most affected of them all. Travelling is getting restricted, but there are certain protocols which have been laid down for safe travel. Therefore, we have prepared some important information to ensure your travel complies with government rules and regulations.
- 14 March 2021,
- 6:43 PM
How to Fly Safely and Arrive Well amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Step 1: Travel with Best Airlines
In such pandemic time, travelling is a bit risky as Covid is still in the air all over the world. However, you do not have to restrict yourself on travelling, if you travel with the best airlines, you are on the safer side. These airlines have been audited by the Government on certain rules and protocols.
Step 2: Wash Hands Regularly
Make sure wherever you go to keep washing your hands, even if you have a sanitiser, it’s still best to wash your hands. This way, you keep your hands clean from any dirt! The virus can get into your body through your nose, eyes and throat. And, this can spread through your hands!
Step 3: Upgrade Flight Seat
With such low cost in flights and the low business of the travel industry all over the world. You can take advantage of this opportunity and get your flights upgraded for your upcoming trip. There will be fewer people travelling so you can take leverage now!
Step 4: Clean up Surface
Covid-19 is a deadly virus which can land on any surface, it’s invincible! So it can lie on any surface, it can be in the house, outside, markets and just about anywhere where it can land on a surface. So, it’s advisable to clean any surface which exposes you to the virus and disinfect the place.
Step 5: Practice Good Hygiene
It’s important to always practice good hygiene by:
- Washing hands with soap and water
- Using sanitizer
- Avoid touching nose, eyes, and mouth
- Clean and disinfect objects you touch
Step 6: Cover up your Face
The virus can get into your body in so many ways, so it’s best to cover your face every time you are out of the house. By covering your face, you are avoiding any breathing contact directly into your respiratory system. You can cover your face by wearing a mask and protect yourself from the virus.
Step 7: Breathe Easy
Breathing exercise is important for your health, longevity. Your respiratory system needs a lot of exercises and it can transform your life in the long run. Breathing exercise can renew your health as it works from your cells and helps you achieve better health.
Step 8: Stay up-to-date with travel advice
Before you plan your travels during this time, its best to get updated news on the safety of travel. And, while you go on your journey, make sure you stay up to date with the latest travel regulations and advice.
Step 9: Travel insurance
Travelers who bought travel insurance before Coronavirus became a ‘known event’ may be covered for medical expenses and cancellations. Most travel insurance agencies will in general avoid cover for pandemics in the event that you read the fine print. Insurance policies approaches shift incredibly, so it’s ideal to contact the insurance agency straightforwardly or ask through your travel manager.
Step 10: Use your Travel Consultant
On occasions such as this, having a committed travel specialist and a travel management company with a veritable 24/7 emergency hotline is beyond value. Should you be isolated or denied section to a country your FCM travel expert can assist with convenience, flight changes, abrogations and option directing. Additionally, download your movement organization’s versatile application to keep awake-to-date with movement alarms and evolving conditions.
Coronavirus is an infectious disease which has taken the world by the storm caused by a newly discovered virus.
The best way to prevent this disease is to be well informed about it, its causes, and how it spreads. It all comes to basic hygiene, from protecting yourself by washing your hands, wearing a mask and staying informed about its situation etc.
2020 World’s Best Airlines
As per the new ranking by AirlineRatings.com, Air New Zealand has taken the trophy for 2020 World’s Best Airline. It’s the sixth time Air New Zealand has won this award.
The award was given after a government-based audit was done alongside 12 criteria included such as passenger reviews, fleet age, investment ratings, profitability, staff relations and product offerings.
This time Singapore Airlines was knocked down by Kiwi flag carrier due to environmental leadership, inflight innovations and staff motivation.
Japan’s All Nippon Airways claimed its third place this time for its cabin innovation.
Apart from naming the 2020’s world’s top airlines, there were also other awards given across 13 categories.
- Air New Zealand received the Best Premium Economy.
- Singapore Airline picked up the Best First Class Award
- Qatar Airways received The Best Catering and Best Business Class Award.
- Qantas won two awards: Best Longue and Best Domestic Airline Service
- Virgin Australia won Best Economy and Best Cabin Crew
Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand provides passenger and cargo services within New Zealand to approximately 17 million passengers a year.
Singapore Airlines is an airline of Singapore, and it has been ranked as the world’s best airline by Skytrax.
All Nippon Airways
All Nippon Airways is the largest airline in Japan which offers services to both domestic and international destinations. It is headquartered in Shiodome City Center.
Qantas was founded in the 1920s and regarded as the world’s leading long-distance airline. It operates regional, domestic and international destinations.
Cathay Pacific is the carrier flag of Hong Kong, it operates in more than 60 countries. It was founded in 1946and considered the world’s fifth-largest airline.
Emirates is the largest airline and owned by Dubai’s government of Investment Corporation of Dubai. It operates in more than 150 cities in 80 countries.
Qatar Airways is a flag carrier of Qatar headquartered in Doha. It operates over 150 international destinations across Asia, Africa, the Americas, Europe and Oceanic.
Virgin Australia is an Australian based airline and serves over 33 cities in Australia. Its headquartered in South Bank, Queensland.