Can small changes to the catering process make the current inflight environment a bit safer and bring back some of the comforts passengers have previously enjoyed? We’re talking with Fabio Gamba of the Airline Catering Association in this week’s episode to see how some of those challenges can be better met.
Also in this week’s show:
- Norwegian is bringing back a dozen planes and more of its European network, focused heavily on leisure traffic
- Teague has an idea to convert passenger air vents into invisible anti-viral curtains
- Collins Aerospace is producing HEPA filter replacements for planes designed before that was the standard practice
- Lufthansa Technik has as new spray-on anti-viral coating, plus a unique way of certifying its efficacy
- And an update on the always exciting Crystal Cabin Awards
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