Due to COVID-19, all aircraft are being sanitized before and after each flight.
While airlines are experiencing significant effects, private aviation is broadly unaffected. The response seen with commercial airlines is primarily caused by passenger fears and the resulting drop in demand.
Any risks associated with the spread of the coronavirus is due to the density of passengers within terminals and aircraft and frequency of international travelers from affected regions.
All of our partners are adopting strict aircraft cleaning requirements. Every aircraft is disinfected before and after each flight, pilots are socially distancing, and passengers are required to wear face coverings during boarding and deplaning.
What we're monitoring
We're speaking with our partners, pilots, operational crews, and monitoring the guidelines set by the CDC. We'll update this post as needed, should new information become available.
Potential impacts to the FBOs
It's important to practice proper hygiene when in public spaces, such as the FBO, lounge, etc. Again, we've yet to hear about any significant impacts aside from social distancing precautions being taken by our FBO partners and associates.
We're working with our partners to monitor any international travel to affected countries, guidelines, and restrictions associated with each. Any federal restrictions between international countries will affect private aviation flights. Please plan accordingly if you anticipate such restrictions.