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suggestion of making planes less coronavirus friendly

New Arrival

I flew from Boston to Denver Monday night and was impressed with the apparent cleanliness of my plane.  There was one glaring exception.  The back of the seat in front of me had the "magazine rack" (SW magazine, safety cards, etc.)  at roughly my mouth level ergo "sneeze able height).  Since its contents were paper products, it could not be sanitized with sprays or liquids without evidence.

 

It was not apparently sanitized yet it could have been handled by dozens of passengers.

 

I don't have a solution for Southwest unless the magazine is removed and the safety cards are sanitized.

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Re: suggestion of making planes less coronavirus friendly

Rising Star

Good observation, I wonder if everything except the safety card will be removed (temporarily) at some point. For now it's probably best to avoid touching anything you don't have to. 

 

--TheMiddleSeat

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Re: suggestion of making planes less coronavirus friendly

Active Member

A very good suggestion. I wouldn't touch anything in that pouch even before the corona-virus scare.