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Lockdown Level 3 Travel: What Does Flying Look Like Now?

As more airports are opening up for business, we thought you might wonder what it looks like to fly now. New safety measures implemented at airports and by airlines means that flying feels a little different nowadays. 

Every step of the process, from requiring a permit before boarding to how you disembark the aircraft has changed to make it safer for everyone when flying domestically.

Below we break down all the changes to domestic flights, so that you can fly with confidence.

What Does Flying Look Like Now?

* We have taken great care to ensure that information provided is accurate, although it is still possible for government to announce amendments or clarifications to any regulation mentioned above. Airlines can also make changes as and when necessary. Therefore we recommend you check with the relevant coach company or airline whether the documentation in your possession will be sufficient to travel with.

The wearing of cotton masks has been proven to be effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Although uncomfortable, a cotton mask worn over the mouth and nose protects both yourself and those around you.

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