After the lockdown many things will change. Air travel will also be included. Companies providing air travel opportunities and facilities are also concerned. They are making plans that after the lockdown is over, when passengers in the airplane will book the tickets, then what kind of seats will be given to them to travel? Some of the airlines used to fill the passengers completely, they also used to travel long distances, during long distance travel, these aircraft stayed on the ground for a few minutes, then flew with the passengers again.
Now the biggest question is arising that even after the end of the lockdown, the way social distancing and safety are being talked about, how will these airlines be able to follow. The biggest question is about the social distancing inside the ship. The Asian company Hyco proposes to place a cargo box instead of a row of seats in the cabin itself. No airline has ordered such cabin seats. There is a demand for more cargo from passenger seats at this time.
Budget airlines, which allow more people around the world the opportunity and convenience of air travel, are particularly concerned about the circumstances following the lockdown of the Corona epidemic. These were full-fledged airlines that stayed on the ground for barely a few minutes and then flew into the air carrying a plane full of passengers. Those making aircraft seats are offering new options. The "GlassSafe design" of Italy's AvioIntirers will have a Plexiglas hood made from shoulders to head. This will keep the people sitting nearby apart from each other during the flight.