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Delta pitches itself as the safe choice for pandemic travel by tackling coronavirus risks in the plane, at the security line, and on the jet bridge

Delta pitches itself as the safe choice for pandemic travel by tackling coronavirus risks in the plane, at the security line, and on the jet bridge

Delta's moving beyond cleaning planes, with new programs to tackle COVID-19 in the airport.
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Delta Air Lines has introduced two new anti-coronavirus programs at some airports.




The airline has rolled out new anti-microbial bins at security checkpoints, and new air filters on jet bridges.




The moves come as hobbled airlines try to convince passengers that travel is safe during the pandemic.




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Like just about every airline, Delta is working to convince passengers that it's safe to fly during the coronavirus pandemic. It started off with the plane itself, blocking middle seats and spraying disinfectant on a regular basis.Now, Delta is tackling the next part of the travel experience: the airport.The Atlanta-based airline announced two new safety and sanitization initiatives at airports this week as airlines prepare for a stall in demand recovery between the summer and holiday travel seasons.
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