There is no doubt that air travel will be altered forever when airlines resume their regular commercial services, but few expected this holiday ritual to be missing from the skies: toasting the journey with a glass of wine.
Europe’s short-haul carriers have said they will be banning drinks sales from their flights, in a package of new coronavirus and social distancing measures.
EasyJet and Virgin Atlantic are among the carriers who have recognised the drinks trolley as a potential vector for passing disease between passengers and crew.
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As Europe reopens its resorts and airways to citizens from designated “safe” countries Easyjet has told passengers jetting off on holiday that in-flight drinks will be limited to water.
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