Korean Air Providing Protective Gowns and Goggles to Cabin Crew

Wed, 22 April 2020

This week, Korean Air started providing protective
gowns and goggles to all cabin crew members.


Korean Air’s cabin crews on all flights will now
wear goggles in addition to masks and gloves, while protective
gowns are being provided on medium and long-haul inbound flights
as overseas COVID19 cases continue to increase significantly.

All protective gowns, masks and gloves are
discarded after the flight and personal goggles are sanitized
before reuse.

Korean Air describes the safety gear as “light and easy to wear”.

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