Last updated 1 July 2021
Several months into the year 2021, most governments are still discouraging travel with ever-expanding travel bans, the travel industry—and everyone, basically—are hoping that soon, there would be a semblance of normalcy returning into the world.
The airline industry for one is starting to make small preparations for summer. A few major airlines have rolled out flight resumption schedules, albeit at reduced capacities, along with reassurances that they’ll be welcoming passengers into safe, hygienic cabins.
Of course, any plan and schedule still hinge on the countries’ recovery timelines, which is why we will continue to update this list regularly. In the meantime, you can revisit your abandoned travel plan, find out if your favorite airline is flying again, and hope for the best.
Disclaimer: At the time of writing, a majority of borders in the world are still closed off and many airports are still not fully operating. Please check the border status of your destination before planning your trip.
Aeroflot has resumed regular flights from Moscow to Almaty (Kazakhstan), Baku (Azerbaijan), Yerevan (Armenia), Delhi (India) as well as increasing frequency of flights to Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan), Minsk (Belarus), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan).
As of May, Aeroflot has launched flights to:
Gorno – Altaysk
Sheremetyevo -–Gorno-Altaysk – Sheremetyevo route will be operated daily, and from June, the flight frequency will increase to ten weekly.
Aeroflot has also launched flights from Moscow to Seychelles (Mahe Island), from 2 April. Flights will operate once per week, on Fridays.
All surfaces in the aircraft cabin are disinfected with specially trained staff thoroughly cleaning the cabin before each flight and carry out additional preventive disinfection once a week. Each aircraft has a supply of face coverings and a universal prevention kit for anti-epidemic measures. In the lavatories, ordinary soap has been replaced with antibacterial soap.
On-board air conditioning systems renew cabin air every 2–3 minutes. All Aeroflot aircraft are equipped with powerful HEPA filters guaranteeing fresh and near-sterile air. Following new regulations, filters are now replaced even more often.
Air Asia has resumed domestic and a few international flights in its Southeast Asian market.
AirAsia Indonesia: The budget airline now requires its passengers to provide a negative test result as a prerequisite to boarding. The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to boarding. The airline continues its domestic routes in Indonesia to popular destinations, such as Bali, Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Bandung, Pontianak and more.
AirAsia Malaysia: The airline is resuming service to states allowing Inter-state travel under the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO). Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Federal Territory, Pahang, Penang, Perak, Sabah, Sarawak, Selangor, Terengganu
Thai AirAsia: AirAsia has reinstated all 40 domestic routes in Thailand from April 2021. Thai AirAsia has also increased frequency on popular routes, such as from Don Mueang to Chiang Mai, Phuket, Hat Yai, and Surat Thani. It will also operate five daily flights to Chiang Rai, Khon Kaen and Udon Thani; as well as reinstate five routes from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Chiang Mai, Nan, Phuket, Hat Yai and Nakhon Si Tham.
Philippines AirAsia: Philippines AirAsia has added more routes for domestic flights, and reintroduced Manila – Kuala Lumpur – Manila route for international service.
AirAsia India: The airlines have expanded on their network by launching new domestic routes in October
All AirAsia guests will be required to bring their own mask and wear it before, during and after the flight. To ensure that the highest standards of safety and hygiene are maintained at all times, AirAsia has enacted several pre-flight and in-flight measures that thorough disinfection of all planes, social distancing starting from check out counters, and temperature checks for passengers and cabin crew.
Air France is strengthening its presence in Northern Europe. From 6 July, the airline will offer a new year-round service to Helsinki (Finland) from Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport.
Initially operated four times a week (on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays), it will become a daily service from 19 July 2021. Flights will be operated by Airbus A319 with 143 seats.
Flight schedules (in local time):
– Leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 13:00, arrives in Helsinki at 17:00
– Leaves Helsinki at 17:45, arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 19:50
Air France will launch on July 2, 2021 a new connection between Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Denver International Airport (Colorado). Up to 3 direct flights per week operated by Boeing 787-9 from 2 July, 2021.
In total, the airline will offer flights to 12 US cities during the 2021 summer season: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C.
Also, Air France is planning on enhancing its flight schedule to France, Europe, North Africa and the French Overseas Departments. Some of the planned North Africa routes include Agadir (new), Algiers, Casablanca, Djerba, Monastir (new), Oran, Marrakech, Rabat, Tangier (new), Tunis.
Air France received 4 stars in the audit carried out in December 2020 by Skytrax, an international air transport rating organization. Passengers are required to wear a surgical mask upon arrival at the airport and for the duration of the flight.
Cabin air is renewed every 3 minutes by way of an air recycling system consisting of HEPA filters identical to those used in operating theatres, which trap 99.9% of particles. Additionally, vacuuming of carpets and all seats, as well as headcovers are observed. Cleaning and disinfection of all contact surfaces: trays, armrests, seat belts, entertainment screens, remote controls, overhead baggage racks, windows, door handles, etc.
All Nippon Airways
Currently, All Nippon Airways is servicing 47 international routes.
Bangkok, Beijing, Brussels, Chicago, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Honolulu, Houston, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Manila, Mexico City, Munich, New York, Paris, Perth, Phnom Penh, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Singapore, Sydney, Vancouver, Vienna, Vladivostok, Washington D.C., Yangon.
Temporary changes to the following flight routes as announced by the airline include the following:
Haneda – Delhi: 4 flights a week from July 1 to September 30
Haneda – Frankfurt: 7 round trips per week in July and August
Narita – Brussels: 1 round trip per week flights per week July and August
All passengers and staff are required to wear face masks/shields throughout the journey. Cabin air is renewed every 3 minutes by way of an air recycling system consisting of HEPA filters identical to those used in operating theatres, which trap 99.9% of particles. Additionally, vacuuming of carpets and all seats, as well as headcovers are observed. Cleaning and disinfection of all contact surfaces: trays, armrests, seat belts, entertainment screens, remote controls, overhead baggage racks, windows, door handles, etc.
As customers continue to return to the skies, American Airlines will add three-times daily service to El Paso, Texas (ELP); twice-daily service to Cincinnati (CVG); Indianapolis (IND); Kansas City, Missouri (MCI); and St. Louis (STL); and daily service to Jacksonville, Florida (JAX); Oklahoma City (OKC); Reno, Nevada (RNO); San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU); and Tulsa, Oklahoma (TUL).
The airline also announced limited international network through summer 2021.
Charlotte (CLT) – Frankfurt (FRA) Service resumes summer 2021
CLT – London (LHR) Service resumes winter 2020
CLT – Munich (MUC) Service resumes winter 2020
Chicago (ORD) – Barcelona (BCN) Service resumes summer 2021
ORD – Dublin (DUB) Service resumes summer 2021
ORD – Paris (CDG) Service resumes summer 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) – Beijing (PEK) Service resumes summer 2021
DFW – Buenos Aires (EZE) Service resumes winter 2020
DFW – Lima (LIM) Service resumes winter 2020
DFW – Sao Paulo (GRU) Service resumes winter 2020
DFW – Rome (FCO) Service resumes summer 2021
DFW – Santiago (SCL) Service resumes summer 2021
DFW – Tel Aviv (TLV) Service launches winter 2021
Los Angeles (LAX) – Auckland (AKL) Service launches winter 2021
LAX – LHR Service resumes winter 2020
LAX – Sydney (SYD) Service resumes summer 2021
New York (JFK) – CDG Service resumes winter 2020
JFK – BCN Service resumes summer 2021
JFK – EZE Service resumes winter 2020
JFK – Rio de Janeiro (GIG) Service resumes winter 2021
JFK – GRU Service resumes winter 2020
JFK – Madrid (MAD) Service resumes summer 2021
JFK – Milan (MXP) Service resumes summer 2021
Miami (MIA) – CDG Service resumes summer 2021
MIA – GIG Service resumes winter 2020
MIA – GRU Service resumes Aug. 6, 2020
MIA – MAD Service resumes summer 2021
MIA – SCL Service resumes Aug. 5, 2020
Philadelphia (PHL) – Amsterdam (AMS) Service resumes winter 2020
PHL – DUB Service resumes winter 2020
PHL – LHR Service resumes winter 2020
PHL – Manchester (MAN) Service resumes summer 2021
PHL – MAD Service resumes winter 2020
PHL – CDG Service resumes summer 2021
PHL – FCO Service resumes summer 2021
PHL – Zurich (ZRH) Service resumes summer 2021
Phoenix (PHX) – LHR Service resumes winter 2020
Raleigh (RDU) – LHR Service resumes winter 2020
Seattle (SEA) – Bangalore (BLR) Service launches winter 2021
SEA – LHR Service launches summer 2021
SEA – Shanghai (PVG) New service subject to government approval
The adjustment came to match low demand and to focus on markets that will serve customers better.
Additionally, American Airlines has announced new destinations to route map with nonstop service from Miami (MIA) to Paramaribo, Suriname and adds new flight from MIA to Tel Aviv (TLV) beginning in June.
Customers planning their summer getaways now have an additional European option to consider. The Spanish government announced it would welcome fully vaccinated visitors beginning June 7.
Additional flights to Madrid are scheduled to begin June 17 from Miami and New York’s JFK
Airline increases capacity to Latin America and the Caribbean with additional frequencies from MIA to the Caribbean starting in April; and new service from Charlotte (CLT), Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Los Angeles (LAX) starting June.
To prepare for the flight resumption, the airline has introduced a slew of enhanced cleaning procedure and adjusted service. The cleaning in both customer and crew areas will use a disinfectant approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and mask-wearing flight attendants will be distributing sanitizing wipes to passengers. Additionally, AA has also now required passengers to wear mask onboard.
In a statement on its website, Cathay Pacific has rolled out their April through May schedules, reminding users that these new adjustments will be subject to changes made to government travel restrictions in the coming weeks.
Cathay Pacific will operate flights to 14 destinations: Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei, Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, Jakarta, Surabaya, Osaka, Tokyo, Manila, Singapore, Bangkok, London.
The airline is doubling down on their precautionary measures with additional disinfecting of their planes and cabins, along with thorough cleaning of their lounges. To provide peace of mind to passengers, contactless check-in and boarding have been introduced. Thorough sanitization of all surfaces – from in-flight screens to air conditioning controls between every flight. A modified meal service designed to reduce contact with crew and the temporary suspension of the pre-meal bar and pre-poured drinks (drinks will still be available throughout the flight)
While Delta Airlines continues to serve US domestic routes, its international service has been slashed significantly. Starting July, it will operate more flights.
U.S. Domestic & Canada
Delta will continue to add more nonstop flights between major hubs like Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis and Salt Lake City. The airline is also adding service for Florida and throughout the West Coast.
Delta will continue to operate a limited schedule for Minneapolis, Detroit and New York-JFK serving as Delta’s main gateways to destinations like Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Winnipeg. Delta will also continue service to Vancouver from Seattle.
Latin America & Caribbean
The airline looks to serve leisure travelers with gateway routes to Cancun, Los Cabos, Montego Bay, Nassau, St. Thomas and Punta Cana.
Delta also plans to resume high-demand routes in the Caribbean like Aruba, St. Maarten, St. Lucia and Puerto Rico.
Flights between John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and Guarulhos International Airport in São Paulo will operate four times weekly. Delta is now operating to 36 destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Delta’s return to transatlantic travel is illustrated below:
The airline will serve weekly flights from Atlanta to Seoul-Incheon, joining the existing service from Detroit and Seattle. Delta will also continue to operate service to Tokyo-Haneda from Detroit and Seattle.
Delta will also operate service to Shanghai (via Seoul – Incheon) from both Detroit and Seattle. Service from each city will operate two weekly flights.
Delta is making a commitment to the new standards of cleanliness onboard. Several special measures have been taken to uphold this, for example, expanding electrostatic sanitizing to all aircraft and extensive pre-flight disinfection to all high-touch areas. The airline also now requires passengers to wear mask at all time, following its new rule regulating mask wear among employees.
Emirates will be ramping up operations to Jordan during the summer with the introduction of double daily A380 services during the months of July and August. The airline will operate a second daily A380 service to Amman, from 15-20 July 2021 ahead of the Eid Al Adha period. Emirates will also operate double daily A380 services from 10-31 August. The move to boost capacity by introducing a second A380 service between Dubai and Amman during these periods was driven by high forecasted passenger demand. The double daily A380 services to Amman also demonstrate the airline’s commitment to adapting its operations to better serve customers.
Emirates will also increase flights between Dubai and Amman from 12 to 14 weekly, from 1 July
Additionally, Emirates kicks off summer with stress-free travel and special fares to popular destinations
The airline is offering special fares to more than 10 popular destinations, now open for visitors, so they can enjoy their long-awaited summer holidays. Destinations like the Maldives, Seychelles, Athens, Moscow and cities in the US included in the offer require little to no quarantine so holidaymakers can pack for their long-awaited holiday with no stress.
The offer is valid for booking from 24 May until 6 June 2021 for outbound travel until 30 September 2021.
Economy and Business Class passengers can enjoy fares to the following destinations with eased entry requirements:
The airline reminds passengers that there are stringent entry restrictions in place upon arrival in Dubai which require all passengers arriving into Dubai from any point of origin to hold a negative COVID‑19 PCR test certificate for a test taken no more than 72 hours before departure. Emirates ensures that all planes are properly sanitized and disinfected upon landing at any airport, and the cabin crew will be outfitted with protective suits.
The airline is now operating flights to over 60 destinations while also operating transfer flights via Abu Dhabi serving several destinations in the Indian Subcontinent, Asia and Australasia, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and North America.
In their latest news release, Etihad Airways will launch flights to Vienna this summer with fares from AED 1,995. The service will operate twice weekly using a Boeing 787 Dreamliner from 18 July 2021.
The new service has been conveniently timed to arrive early morning in Vienna to provide travellers between the UAE and Austria an ideal weekend getaway. Travellers visiting Vienna will enjoy centuries old culture and breathtaking scenery. The Austrian capital has been consistently voted the world’s most livable city.
Etihad is encouraging residents to start planning their summer getaway with the launch of its latest sale. Date or destination changes can be made for free.
An Eid gift for UAE residents, travellers can jet off with never seen before summer prices of up to 50% off. Lay back on sun-drenched beaches in the Seychelles or explore ancient ruins in Athens. The sale ends on 12 May 2021 and is valid for travel until 20 November 2021.
Etihad has adopted additional cleaning measures on ground and onboard. All planes are disinfected upon arrival, and all utensils and surfaces are sterilized. The airplanes are also fitted with High-Efficiency Particle Filters (HEPA), which eliminates more than 99.8% of all airborne microbes, including dust, germs and pathogens.
Lufthansa group will be expanding to resume 90% of short and medium-haul routes and 70% of long-haul destinations. Around 90 flights a week are planned to Asia, over 45 to the Middle East and over 40 to Africa. In a statement, the airline is also rolling out summer vacation routes for 2021.
From June 3 to 6, the airline is increasing its flight offerings to vacation destinations in Spain, Portugal and Greece. Additional flights will take off from both Munich and Frankfurt to dream destinations such as Crete, the Algarve and the Balearic Islands. Lufthansa is adding more flights at short notice to Palma de Mallorca, Valencia, Ibiza, Faro, Lisbon and Heraklion, for example. In total, beginning of June, passengers can choose from 20 additional flights.
Currently, three weekly flights from Frankfurt to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic and twice-weekly flights from Frankfurt to Mombasa (Kenya) with onward flights to Zanzibar (Tanzania) are available. Mauritius and Malé in the Maldives will also be on the flight schedule for this year’s summer.
Certain key transatlantic routes have been reinstated in the summer 2021 schedule. Swiss has resumed service on the Miami – Zurich route from March 28, with up to five weekly frequencies. Up to seven weekly services are offered between Boston – Zurich from May 1 onwards, and up to five weekly services will be offered from Los Angeles – Zurich from May 2. In May, Austrian Airlines has been servicing routes to New York’s JFK and Montreal, both to and from Vienna.
Lufthansa claims that the air onboard is cleaner than outside on the ground, thanks to its hospital-grade filters. Along with stringent cleaning regiment, the airline also requires passengers to wear masks throughout their flight.
Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM)
The Royal Dutch Airlines KLM is ready for the summer with four new European destinations.
- Belgrade – from 13 May, up to 7 times a week
- Verona – from 26 June, up to 7 times a week
- Palma de Mallorca – from 26 June, up to 7 times a week
- Dubrovnik – from 26 June, up to 7 times a week
KLM offers Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) as a new destination, with flights departing twice a week in the summer season and, starting this winter, three times a week. There are 17 destinations planned for this summer. Service to Denpasar (Indonesia) will be offered as soon as Bali reopens, which will hopefully be later this summer. Phuket will be added as a destination in winter 2021. Flights to the Thai island will be offered four times a week.
The airline has endeavored to keep their cabins safe for passengers. A few important measures being taken include seat blocking, simplified catering offerings to minimize contacts, and mouth caps and protective gloves worn by crew members. All passengers are required to wear masks during boarding and flying.
Qatar Airways has once again soared in the skies of the Middle East as the signing of the historical peace accord signifies the renewal of travel and trade relations between Qatar and the rest of the region.
Travellers may once again harness the extensive international routes being offered by the airline as it resumes its US, Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia network to over 130 destinations. Some destinations are scheduled to resume flights or increase frequencies:
- Bucharest (three weekly flights)
- Copenhagen (increased to 10 weekly flights)
- Madrid (increased to 10 weekly flights)
- Manchester (increased to 17 weekly flights)
- Singapore (increasing to double daily flights)
- Sofia (three weekly flights)
- Stockholm (increased to 10 weekly flights)
Additionally, starting from 27 January 2021, Qatar Airways has begun to provide two daily flights to Dubai International Airport (DXB).
- QR1018 Doha 19:00 – 21:10 Dubai
- QR1002 Doha 01:00 – 03:10 Dubai
- QR1003 Dubai 05:30 – 05:40 Doha / Dubai 06:00 – 06:10 Doha
- QR1019 Dubai 22:40 – 22:50 Doha
The national carrier of the State of Qatar recently announced that it will expand its U.S. services to more than 100 weekly flights across its 12 gateways. These increased services are in addition to the carrier also expanding flights to several of its key global leisure destinations including Cape Town, Maldives, Phuket, Seychelles and Zanzibar, providing more flexible summer holiday travel options.
Four U.S. gateways – Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Washington D.C. – will offer double daily flights, Dallas-Fort Worth increases to 12 flights per week with Boston, Miami, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Seattle all growing to a daily service. Below is the U.S. Network Enhancements:
Increase to Double Daily Flights from Doha:
- Chicago – increasing to double daily flights between 21 July and 26 September
- Los Angeles – increasing to double daily flights between 16 July and 26 September
- New York – increasing to double daily flights from 29 June
- Washington D.C – increasing to double daily flights between 22 July and 26 September
- Dallas-Fort Worth – increasing to 12 weekly flights between 11 July and 26 September
Daily Flights from Doha:
- Houston – continued daily flights
- Boston – increasing to daily flights from 3 July
- Miami – increasing to daily flights from 4 July
- San Francisco – increasing to daily flights from 29 June
- Seattle – increasing to daily flights from 28 June
- Philadelphia – increasing to five weekly flights from 6 July and daily flights from 21 July
- Atlanta – increasing to five weekly from 15 July
To ensure that passengers will return with peace of mind, Qatar Airways maintains the highest possible hygiene standards. The efforts include the regular disinfection of aircraft, outfitting the aircraft with the most advanced air filtration systems, equipped with industrial-size HEPA filters that remove 99.97% of viral and bacterial contaminants from re-circulated air.
The airline is a proud recipient of the 5-Star COVID-19 Safety Rating by Skytrax, the first airline in the world to have achieved this monumental feat. Qatar Airways has also achieved the Diamond Standard in the Airline Passenger Experience Association’s (APEX) Health Safety Powered by SimpliFlying audit.
Qatar Airways is also poised to incorporate yet another groundbreaking safety feature in the form of 100% Touch-Free ‘Zero-Touch’ In-flight Entertainment Technology across its A350 fleet. The Zero-Touch technology will enable A350 passengers to pair their personal electronic devices with their seat-back IFE screen by connecting to ‘Oryxcomms’ Wi-Fi and simply scanning a QR code displayed on the screen.
All the airline’s onboard linen and blankets are thoroughly washed and pressed at microbial lethal temperatures, while its headsets are rigorously sanitized after each flight.
Ryanair, on 25 June, announced 200,000 extra seats from the UK to Malta, Ibiza & Palma in July, August & September as these islands make it onto the UK’s green-listed destinations. Ryanair called on Grant Shapps to immediately add Cyprus, the Canaries and the Greek Islands, where Covid case rates are equally low.
Ryanair announced three new international routes and extra flights between the UK and Greece for this summer starting from 1st July as follows:
- Preveza – Stansted, 2 weekly flights
- Stansted – Zakynthos, 2 weekly flights
- Stansted – Santorini, 2 weekly flights
Additionally, Ryanair also announced a new Birmingham to Poznan route starting from 3 July 2021, flying twice a week as part of Ryanair’s UK Summer 2021 schedule.
Ryanair is mandating all passengers and staff to wear masks for the entirety of the flight. State of the art air filtering system is also being utilized to keep the cabin’s air clean. All aircraft are professionally cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis which is effective for over 24 hours.
Singapore Airlines and SilkAir have resumed services and are offering round-trip flights on reduced schedules to several major cities in certain regions.
Southeast Asia routes: Bandar Seri Begawan, Phnom Penh, Bangkok, Da Nang (one way to Singapore), Hanoi (one way to Singapore), Ho Chi Minh City (one way to Singapore), Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Cebu and Manila, and more
North Asia routes: Chongqing, Nanjing, Seoul, Shanghai, Hongkong, Osaka, Taipei, Tianjin, Fukuoka, and Tokyo – Narita, Wuhan, and more
West Asia & Africa routes: Dhaka, Male, New Delhi, Kathmandu, Johannesburg, Lagos, Mauritius, Nairobi, Zanzibar, and more
South West Pacific routes: Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland, Christchurch, and more
Europe: Frankfurt, Paris, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Milan, Istanbul, Barcelona (via Milan), Zurich, and London – Heathrow, and more
United States routes: Houston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York (JFK), Seattle and more
Singapore Airlines assures a clean cabin for everyone; among others, this includes thorough cleaning where commonly-touched surfaces are disinfected. Lavatories are cleaned with high-strength disinfectants. And cabin surfaces are treated with a long-lasting antimicrobial coating.
Additionally, the air is filtered by utilizing High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters, which remove more than 99.9% of the microbes in the air. Cabin air is also refreshed every two to three minutes throughout the flight.
The airline also has a few adjustments to its usual service to maintain high standards of cabin hygiene, which include replacing all headsets, headrest covers, pillow covers, bedsheets and blankets after every flight. Linens are laundered at high temperatures to sanitize them. Headsets are also disinfected and packed individually with hygienic covers.
United Airlines will continue to add more international routes in March, resuming service on nearly 30 international routes, including flights to Asia, India, Australia, Israel and Latin America and to continue to add ways to visit popular vacation destinations in the Caribbean, Hawaii and Mexico.
United moves up service and adds fourth weekly flight to Dubrovnik, Croatia plus more seats to Athens, Greece.
On the domestic front, the airline will be adding some 400 flights to July’s schedule compared to June and operate 80% of pre-pandemic U.S. schedule
In order to provide safe and healthy experience during flight, United has implemented rigorous sanitation efforts that include electrostatic spraying on all international flights and using HEPA filter. All employees on board and passengers are required to wear facial covering.