Why some people do not plan to fly until a vaccine for Covid 19 is available

Some of the passengers resumed their flight activity after the airlines reintroduced domestic and international flights, with the lifting of the measures from the state of emergency and the state of alert.

However, the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread around the world, although airlines impose a number of protective measures such as disposable masks and a routine of intensive sanitation and disinfection for the safety and security of passengers.

For some people, however, the notion of boarding an aircraft during the coronavirus pandemic remains inconceivable and no one can convince them to travel.

Many passengers do not think only about their own health, but rather about the health of their family and those around them. For example, a 41-year-old father, who traveled extensively, says he prefers not to endanger the lives of his two children. Although his family would be cautious enough, he could not guarantee that the other passengers would be as conscientious.

Other passengers are over 70 years old and the risk would be too great for them, a risk they do not want to take. Even if the place in the middle would have been left free on the plane, you are still close to people and you can’t keep your social distance, they claim.

Those who are skeptical about social distancing measures say there is no guarantee that you cannot contact the virus, and that they prefer to avoid any crowded places, especially airplanes, until there is a vaccine against coronavirus.

Thus, due to the fear of the population, air traffic suffers a lot and in this industry billions of dollars were lost during the coronavirus pandemic. The resumption of flights takes place gradually, only on certain routes, depending on the country and the restrictions in it. Of course, caution is the safest method of precaution and the flight can only take place if that trip is necessary.