Airlines, resorts implement new COVID safety precautions, discounts
Some airlines and resorts are doing more than ever to ensure the safety of those who choose to travel. The lower number of travelers during the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed prices at resorts to their lowest point in years. Some airlines, like Delta, are still limiting capacity, requiring mask and using new technology to sanitize the planes. They’re also being flexible should a traveler choose to cancel or re-book a flight. If you choose to travel, you may good a good deal, but you may also not find availability.
Looking to travel this year? Safest airlines for 2021 revealed
DETROIT – For a lot of people, 2021 is going to be the year to get back to traveling. AirlineRatings.com analyzed crash records and safety compliance data of more than 100 airlines to put together a list of the 20 safest airlines for 2021. Other U.S. airlines in the top 20 were Southwest Airlines at no. 15 and United Airlines at no. The safety ratings also took a look at which airlines are handing the pandemic the best and ensuring everything is being done to keep passengers safe.
Local aviation industry taking off again after early pandemic turbulence
DETROIT – Since March the coronavirus pandemic has hurt the American commercial aviation industry. On Monday in Oakland County Local 4 News got a look at the damage to that sector and the recovery process. Pentastar Aviation is on M-59 which is part of the Oakland County International Airport. The Oakland County International Airport is the second busiest in the State of Michigan behind Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Oakland County Executive David Coulter says Michigan’s general aviation business is a quiet giant.