- Airlines will need to meet a “harmonized” standard of health measures as air travel returns, according to Tony Douglas of Etihad Airways.
- He said “wellness certification” will become necessary, and that Etihad’s efforts to ensure “wellness” include sterilization of cabins and mandatory coronavirus tests.
- “We’ll adapt and we’ll adopt and therefore, wellness certification will probably be no (different) to the way in which visas used to be issued in order to give safe passage,” Douglas said.
SINGAPORE — Airlines will need to meet a “harmonized” standard of health measures as air travel returns following the global pandemic, according to the CEO of Etihad Airways.
“I can see that wellness certification will become a necessary function of how the whole of the world comes back to flying,” Tony Douglas told CNBC’s Hadley Gamble last week as