Introducing Increased Safety Measures

The safety and well-being of our passengers and employees, remains the highest priority at Corsair. Corsair is preparing to resume flight operations, and is working in close cooperation with government and health officials, to ensure the restrictions and safety measures and implemented and followed., allowing our passengers and crew to fly safely and with peac of mind.

Corsair is going beyond the basic preventative measures, as recommended by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) to reassure passengers of the cleanliness and safety of all flights. These measures are followed throughout each aspect of the passenger journey, from check-in to landing.

 

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The safety and well-being of our passengers and employees, remains the highest priority at Corsair. Corsair is preparing to resume flight operations, and is working in close cooperation with government and health officials, to ensure the restrictions and safety measures and implemented and followed., allowing our passengers and crew to fly safely and with peac of mind.

Corsair is going beyond the basic preventative measures, as recommended by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) to reassure passengers of the cleanliness and safety of all flights. These measures are followed throughout each aspect of the passenger journey, from check-in to landing.

 

Preparation and Prevention aircraft

 

  • Corsair is providing additional cleaning and sanitizing measures at each seat, before each flight: All High-Touch areas and surfaces including : Bathrooms, Window shades, tray tables, arm rests, etc) are cleaned with disinfectant and sanitizers.
  • The HEPA air filtration system (High-Efficiency-Particulate Arrestors) keeps the air in the cabin fresh, as it captures over 99,7% of the airborne particles in the cabin. The air is refreshed every 3 minutes (50% fresh air – 50% recycled air). You can breathe easily knowing the air onboard is clean and safe.
  • During your flight, the hard surface areas such as : door handles, overhead bin handles, etc, are cleaned with disinfectant every 30 minutes, to keep all exposed areas of the cabin safe and clean for our passengers.

 

 

Pre-Flight Precautions

 

  • In order to reduce waiting time at the airport, and limit the number of interaction with other passengers and employees, Corsair recommends using Web check-in for your flights, and to issue your luggage tags at home. For more information about Web Check-in, click here.
  • Each passenger is required to carry several surgical masks (cloth masks are not permitted, Decree No. 2020-860 of 10 July 2020) to ensure their comfort throughout their journey (including for children over 11 years of age).
  • Corsair recommends passengers bring with them a small bottle of hand-sanitizer (purigel) for the flight (100ml max) and to take your temperature before arriving at the airport. A random temperature check will be conducted before boarding, and access to boarding will be refused for passengers that register a temperature above 100.4°F.

 

 
 

Check-in

 

  • Corsair recommends arriving 3 hrs before your flight is scheduled to depart.
  • Check-in will close 90mins prior to departure
  • Only passengers with valid tickets will be allowed access to the Terminal. Passengers needing assistance such as passengers with reduced mobility, or minors traveling by themselves and exempt.
  • Masks must be worn at all times in the terminal.
  • Passengers must respect the social distancing indicateurs on the ground (1,5m distance apart).
  • Access to the Icare lounge located after cross border control is restricted to only Business and Premium Economy passengers until october 31st, 2020.

Boarding

 

  • Boarding is done by row, via the rear of the aircraft, in order to limit the number of passengers coming into contact with each other.
  • Passengers are requested to :
    • Remain seated in the gate area until your seat number is called for boarding.
    • Pass through the boarding gate with a surgical mask at the passport control.

    • Present your boarding card and a photo ID (Passport) open to the photo page, avoiding the need to give to document to the agent.
    • A random temperature check can be performed.
  • Please note : If the health measures are not taken or if your temperature reading is above 100.4°F, you shall be refused boarding.
 
 

Onboard – during your flight

 

  • Alcohol wipes and hand sanitizer is available for all passengers from the moment you are onboard, and during your entire flight.
  • Abiding by the EASA guidelines, wearing a mask is required for all passengers over 6 years old, during the entire flight, until disembarking from the aircraft.
  • Each passenger will have an individual bag to dispose any used masks.
  • In order to reduce risks of unnecessary interactions during the flight, onboard services have been updated as follows :
    • Refreshments have been restricted to water and orange juice (no longer open bar).
    • Meal service remains the same high level of food quality, while each item on the tray is wrapped separately.
    • Special meals and themed meals are suspended until september 30th, 2020 (except for medical reasons).

 

The entire flight crew will wear masks and gloves during each part of the service, and will be available at all times to ensure the safety of all passengers.

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