Southwest Airlines CEO says it’s safe to fly again

Southwest Airlines CEO says it's safe to fly again
Southwest Airlines CEO says it's safe to fly again

Washington (AFP) – The CEO of Southwest Airlines, one of the largest US air companies, insisted Sunday that travelers could again fly in safety and added that air traffic, nearly paralyzed by the coronavirus pandemic, was gradually reviving.Asked on CBS whether it was again safe to fly, Gary Kelly replied, “It is. We’re doing everything possible to encourage people to come back and fly.”He said his airline was taking a number of safety precautions: passengers and crew members will be required to wear masks; planes will receive deep cleaning between flights; and some seats will be left empty to…

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