Air Travel During a Panamonium

Air Travel During a Panamonium

We're all well aware that traveling looks completely different these days. From countries closing borders to infection testing to mandatory face masks, this is an unprecedented time in the world of travel.

My journey home from South Korea opened my eyes to A LOT. This Panamonium is really not being taken seriously out here. I was so used to everybody wearing masks PROPERLY in Korea that it really had me shook when I left the country. In Russia and the States, every other person had their mask below their nose 🥴

A lot of airlines are putting in precautions for the virus, but Aeroflot was not one of them. People were sitting shoulder to shoulder on the plane and mandatory masks were not being enforced. Countless people around me had their mask below their nose for the entire flight. I was shook.

Being in the airport in seeing people walk around without a mask was a rude awakening. I must be living in a different world because in the world I live in the Panini is still alive and well. I really don’t understand why the clearly marked social distance precautions were being completely ignored. There’s no reason I should be able to feel your breath on the back of my neck in the middle of a Panasonic. Back up.

I was fortunate to be able to not have people directly next to me on both of my flights. I made sure to keep my mask on correctly, disinfect, and stay away from people as much as possible. Air travel during a Pandora is definitely on a NEED basis only for me.

What are your thoughts on air travel in the current state of the world?

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