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  • Passengers on flight wear facemasks
    American, United airlines plan to sell every seat

Airlines returning to full bookings, no empty seats

Delta, Southwest to continue 85% seating capacity

Planning to fly somewhere soon?

The good news is that more seats and more flights are becoming available.

The bad news is that at least 2 airlines plan to fill every seat.

American and United Airlines intend to sell every seat, but you can re-book at no charge.

Delta and Southwest intend to continue limited seating up to 85% of capacity.

Columbia Metropolitan Airport officials in West Columbia have measures to make you feel safer.

The 3 airlines flying from here require face coverings on flights.

55,000 donated masks are free at the main lobby information desk and the TSA security checkpoint .

Before boarding, you’ll be able to use hand sanitizer stations. 

Plexiglass shields have been installed at the TSA checkpoint and at several shops.

Restrooms are being cleaned every 2 hours.

As passengers increase, bathrooms will be cleaned every hour.

Vice President Mike Pence has given airline executives permission to begin creating a contact tracing app. 

This is supposed to help keep travelers safe if a passenger tests positive.

How this app will work is not yet clear, but airlines aim for a December 1 app deadline.




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