How Coronavirus Will Change Flying: Blood Tests, Higher Prices — and Even Longer Lines

Window or ailment: The new normal in the coronavirus era will be more lines, delays, checks and disinfection. Will it diminish our desire to fly anywhere?

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The biggest question at present is: How much can we stand? What degree of suffering will travelers who just want to leave for a short vacation find acceptable?
Center: a crowded United flight during the coronavirus pandemic. Top left: A traveler's temperature is being checked at Ben-Gurion Airport, Israel. Top right: the empty lines at Ben-Gurion.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum, Ofer Vaknin, Yasser Al-Zayyat /AFP, Ethan Weiss/Reuters, Nguyen Huy Kham/Reuters, Elijah Nouvelage/Reuters
Moshe Gilad
Moshe Gilad

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