How are plane seats disinfected?With the current flu season and the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, frequent flyers may be feeling especially nervous about getting sick during their travels. Here’s how you can take matters into your own hands by thoroughly disinfecting your airplane seat.Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Major airlines in the U.S. are doing away with traditional in-flight practices and policies during the coronavirus pandemic in the fight against the viral disease.Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines have all made temporary changes to help stop the potential spread of COVID-19 in the skies. United Airlines, too, has adjusted protocols to better protect cabin crew members during the distribution of food and drinks.FLYING DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK: SHOULD I CANCEL MY FLIGHT? WHAT PRECAUTIONS CAN I TAKE? Alaska Airlines will not be serving food or drinks on flights traveling less than 250 miles, even in first class, during the outbreak. (iStock)Alaska Airlines will not be serving food or drinks on flights traveling less than 250 miles, the Los Angeles Times reports, even in first class. During this time, passengers are advised to bring their own snacks on


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