According tomedia reports, the airline will spare no effort to tell passengers how they can improve cabin safety during the new coronavirus pandemic. The truth is that it is not known whether high-efficiency air particle filters that fully circulate air in the cabin every two to four minutes actually eliminate the risk of neo-coronavirus infection.
In addition, the use of masks can further reduce the spread of the virus in the cabin, the widespread use of disinfectants on frequently exposed surfaces can also play this role. In the future, don’t be surprised when you see some flight attendants wearing the same protective clothing as the doctors and nurses fighting on the front lines.
Qatar Airways is understood to have announced it would provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for flight attendants. All of the company’s flight attendants will reportedly wear PPE outside their regular uniforms, goggles, gloves and masks.
Getting a person in full medical equipment to serve during a flight may sound scary, but it may be the best protection for the passengers and the crew themselves.
In addition, Qatar Airways has implemented other security measures for its crew, including thermal scanning before and after departure, isolation and testing of passengers with symptoms of new coronary pneumonia, and so on.
In addition, from 25 May, passengers on all Qatar igo flights will be required to wear a mask or similar covering.
And a few weeks ago, Philippine Airlines and AirAsia also introduced work uniforms with PPE: