Air travel reopens with many changes to ensure safety of passengers
Paris main airport Charles de Gaulle applying social distancing rules and measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Some airports in Europe have reopened using a so called flying corridor allowing those countries in which the outbreak seems to be in control to flying again. Flights being unfrequent have additional stopovers and overlays. As the UK government announces a travel corridor with a number of countries, airports have reopened with a series of security and health measures. Nonetheless, scheduled flights have long stopovers and layovers to allow more passengers onto the them.
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