New hygiene measures essential to rebuild trust in safe air travel, says aviationscouts

Only by reassuring passengers and crew of the safety to fly again, aviationscouts says, will the aviation industry survive. The disinfection process targets multiple stages of a passenger’s journey, from arrival at the airport, check in, boarding and the flight itself.

A water-based anti-infective for hands prevents reinfection for up to two hours, and because it is water-based it is safe to reapply multiple times. The dispensing device has an optional infrared thermal camera to test each user for fever. While they wait, a digital screen can show them a short advertisement, thereby providing ancillary revenue that can help pay for the cost of the entire process. This can be increased by further advertising on sachets of the anti-infective issued to the passengers throughout their journey.

Meanwhile, a fogging device releases a surface-cleaning disinfectant in the airport, aircraft and shuttle buses. Able to cover a 100 square meter area in under two minutes, the disinfectant coats surfaces that are frequently touched by passengers and workers, offering long-term protection of up to ten days.

Finally, face shields, masks and other PPE, can also be branded, for further ancillary revenue.

“It’s increasingly likely that the world will be dealing with the threat of COVID-19 for at least the next 18 months, if not longer,” says Christophe Hafhouf, sales director at aviationscouts. “For the aviation industry to survive we need to keep flying, but we can only do that by ensuring the safety of our passengers and crews. This innovative process is a real game changer. Not only does it provide thorough and effective hygiene throughout the entire passenger journey, but the opportunity for advertising will allow our clients to pay for much of the process, a vital consideration while they get back on their feet financially.”

Thomas Bulirsch, CEO of aviationscouts, adds, “Disinfecting hands is essential because it is so easy to reinfect them by accidentally touching a contaminated surface. For maximum hygiene, cabin interiors and the most commonly travelled areas of airports must be treated with long-lasting products that prevent germs and viruses spreading on surfaces.”

“We’ve partnered with leading suppliers of cleaners and disinfection to offer well-known and established products from certified Origin Manufacturers. We can transfer their expertise to preferred partners in the aviation industry. This will help rebuild passengers’ trust in the safety of flying again, which is essential for the future of aviation.”

Über die aviationscouts GmbH

Aviationscouts GmbH, represented by CEO and founder Thomas Bulirsch, operates a successful trading agency for the aviation industry, as well as the Internet platform, an online marketplace for buying and selling surplus aircraft passenger seats.

With over 20 years of expertise in buying and selling aircraft interiors, Aviationscouts GmbH equally supports sellers and buyers, offering a one-stop-shop for interiors requirements. Aviationscouts GmbH has over 4,500 square meters of storage capacity at its headquarters in Lichtenfels/Germany, and the necessary industry contacts to source, inspect, transport, overhaul, recycle or sell a wide variety of interior products globally. Additional services include logistic, promotion, refurbishment and engineering of "As Removed" passenger seats for airlines, leasing companies, MROs and resellers.

Aviationscouts GmbH has been focusing more on sustainability since January 2019 and has been involved in Bag to Life, the designer and manufacturer of upcycled bags and accessories made from highly efficient aircraft industry materials.

Firmenkontakt und Herausgeber der Meldung:

aviationscouts GmbH
Wendenstr. 40
96215 Lichtenfels
Telefon: +49 (0)9571 947907-0
Telefax: +49 (0)9571 947907-25

Christophe Hafhouf
Telefon: +49 (0)9571 947 907 18
Filiz Kasim-Herr
Telefon: +49 (9571) 947907-22
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