WestJet Revealed How Many Hours They've Spent Cleaning Planes During COVID-19 & It's Wild
That's a lot of cleaning-time! 🤯✈️
While there are fewerflights landing and taking off in Canada right now, that apparently doesn’t mean there’s less cleaning to do!
In a new tweet, the Canadian airline revealed how many hours WestJet staff have spent cleaning during the and it’s well into the thousands.
In total, the company says over 17,000 hours have been spent cleaning and sanitizing on board.
That’s the equivalent of around 708 days — or just under two years!
This hefty figure comes despite aover the last ten months as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect airlines and the travel industry.
The airline recently announcedto its schedule last week, following to Canada’s international travel rules.
The suspension and cancellation of services from airlines likeand WestJet caused one Nova Scotia airport to become — with absolutely no incoming or outgoing passenger flights at all.
While passenger journeys have pretty much come to a grinding halt in some spots,continue to operate all over the country.