COVID Safety

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

During this challenging time, Corporate Air's focus is the health and safety of our passengers and flight crewmembers. As with most businesses interacting with the public, we are carefully monitoring the quickly-evolving Coronavirus situation. As a company in the transportation sector, we have an intensified understanding of our clients' and flight crewmembers' concerns regarding the proactive measures we have put in place. 

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Before You Fly

Please know that all crew members have been trained to recognize symptoms and take action to help prevent the spread COVID-19.

  • As crewmembers arrive for a trip, each will have their temperature checked and verified by another individual.

  • Crewmembers, line service, and maintenance personnel wear masks and gloves when greeting passengers at all times.

  • A crew member shall meet with the passengers prior to boarding and identify the lead passenger (if one exists). That crewmember shall then allow the lead passenger to determine how the remaining passengers are checked. 

While on the Ground

The following steps are being taken to maximize our defense against COVID-19 and keep you safe:

  • Disinfecting its aircraft after every trip with 3M TB Quat, an n-Alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride-based disinfectant, approved by the Center for Biocide Chemistries to kill the Coronavirus.

  • Cleaning crews will use biocide and isopropyl alcohol on surfaces after each flight.

  • Cabin Attendants will sanitize between trip legs.

  • Ozone generators will be placed inside aircraft to maintain cleanliness after each flight.

  • After an aircraft has been cleaned and sanitized, it will be sealed until the next trip.​

In the Air

Our aircraft are equipped with state-of-the-art air circulation systems which use a high ­efficiency filter to circulate the air and remove more than 99% of airborne particles.

 

Pilots should use the mask in the cockpit at their discretion when the passengers are sensitive to the potential risk. However, wearing the mask should never conflict with the guidance detailed in the Federal Aviation Regulations and/or Corporate Air General Operations Manual. Flight attendants wear masks and gloves during cabin service. We also maintain a surplus supply of hand sanitizer, masks, and disinfectant on board.