As if air travel wasn't stressful enough before the pandemic broke out, many experts believe it will become even worse.
According to Forbes, passengers might need up to four hours to check-in for a flight, finding lounges closed, no automatic upgrades, cabin baggage forbidden, plus everyone wearing masks and gloves. There could be sanitization stations and thermal scanning, which are already in place at some airports.
The carriers could stop serving food altogether like Hong Kong Airlines has already done, or just offer light refreshments on long-haul runs.
But the biggest change could be showing proof of vaccination upon arrival or having to carry an immunity document/passport. Some airports are even blood-testing travelers once they land.