PlaneSense, Inc. COVID-19 Response Plans
PlaneSense Inc., has always placed the highest priority on the safety of passengers and our staff. As the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we have implemented multiple protocols to minimize risk so that the PlaneSense® program remains a safe travel option for clients. These measures have been developed in conjunction with our infectious disease specialist:
A cross-functional taskforce of PlaneSense leadership meets daily to monitor the changing landscape of the illness and its impact on the United States and other geographic areas to which we fly.
Aircraft are being extensively cleaned and disinfected between every flight to ensure a safe cabin for passengers and crew.
The Owner Services team is asking a series of screening questions about the health of passengers and their travel history at the time of flight reservation. Our pilots are also asking these questions prior to boarding the aircraft.
Passengers are asked to wear masks when boarding and deplaning the aircraft.
Pilots are wearing masks when social distancing isn’t possible.
Masks are being worn in many states where it is mandated.
In accordance with CDC guidelines, passengers who have been exposed to coronavirus or are experiencing symptoms are not permitted to fly.
As PlaneSense® pilots fly to airports around the country, they are limiting their activities in public, especially when overnighting at hotels. They are also avoiding crowded places and practicing social distancing.
Overnight stays in “hot spot” areas are being avoided for flight crews.
Pilots have been provided with personal protection supplies and disinfection products for the aircraft.
The majority of office staff are working remotely until further notice.
Corporate offices and hangar spaces are being thoroughly cleaned and disinfected frequently.
All staff are being encouraged to practice regular handwashing and to follow safe social distancing protocols.
PlaneSense, Inc. continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and will update protocols as needed as part of our continued commitment to safety.