Argentina announced a fairly drastic measure: banning commercial flights until September. And learn how something called the “GermFalcon” could actually be good for your next flight.
Those are some of the day’s travel-related headlines and stories I thought you, too, may find interesting.
Argentina Bans Commercial Flights Through August
Don’t plan on visiting Buenos Aires before September.
The country banned all commercial passenger flights — domestic and international — through at least August 31.
Will the “GermFalcon” Take Flight?
How cool is this?
Reuters writes about the “GermFalcon,” which is a “food cart-sized robotic tool that is pushed down the aisle of the plane. Mechanical wings expand and emit UV-C light onto cabin surfaces.”
The ‘GermFalcon’ is a device that can disinfect aircrafts with UV light, and could be one answer to making flying safer when travelers return to the air https://t.co/56ewnqvkOP pic.twitter.com/dW2RbtyJhV
— Reuters (@Reuters) April 28, 2020
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