Flying During Covid19 - News About Social Distancing (Ep #7)
EPISODE #7 | ✈️ TRAVELING DURING COVID? Here's the essential information you need to know to stay safe, along with some controversial news stories...
Flying During Covid-19, Radical Storage App Review, New Tech at LAX (Episode #7)
Flying during Covid-19 is controversial, to say the least. Airlines have been kicking passengers off planes merely for pointing out that social distancing isn't happening, or when kids under 2 years old aren't wearing masks. I highlight a couple of recent news reports about flying during pandemic. It's alarming!
When flying during covid 19 Southwest, Delta, United, AA, Spirit, Frontier, and many other airlines have all come under fire for the way they're handling passengers. Do you believe social distancing is being taken seriously on board planes? What do you think about the covid news reports I showed? Let us know!
Also in this episode #7, there's a review of the travel app "Radical Storage." Have you ever found yourself on a short stopover wanting to explore the city, but not knowing what to do with your bags? It's a pain to lug your luggage around! Enter Radical Storage, an app that has negotiated a low, flat rate daily fee with more than 3,500 bag storage locations around the world. The app makes it easy to find a cheap place to store your luggage while you explore the city. It's available for both Android and Apple.
I'll also highlight some new technology being used at LAX to replace checkout staff in the food court. It's made by MashGin, and it automatically senses whatever items you place on the surface. It's incredibly fast, and it gets it right every time!
Q: Have you flown during the pandemic? What was your experience? We’d love to hear from you - please share your thoughts and opinions in the comments. We value your feedback! Also, we always love and appreciate it when you share the show with your friends and travel buddies - thank you!
00:00 - Preview of Episode
00:46 - Passenger Kicked Off Plane in SLC for Complaining About Social Distancing
06:32 - Spirit Airlines Kicked Family Off Plane for a 2-Year-Old Eating a Yogurt
08:10 - App Review: Radical Storage for Luggage / Bag Storage in Any City
10:45 - Innovative Technology Being Trialled at LAX
13:06 - Other Recommended Travel Resources
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