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Air travel is bound to change in a number of ways following COVID-19, but many popular airliners are currently looking for new ways to improve travel and hygiene during the age of social distancing. Designers, Aviointeriors, developed two seating designs to keep passengers at a safe distance without taking up more space onboard. One of these styles, named the “Janus Seat,” would have a row of three passengers with the middle passenger facing backward and each seat would be fitted with transparent dividers. The other style called the “Glassafe Seat” would be a variation of the Janus Seat’s transparent dividers, but in this case, all passengers will face the same direction. We’d love to hear your thoughts on these new airplane seating arrangements, so be sure to share them with us on social media by hashtagging #GayTravelToday and also #Sagitravel.
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