Flying Safely with Yankee Air Museum
At every step of your travel journey, you can be sure that we’ve raised the standard by putting measures in place to help keep you safe and give you more peace of mind.
Air Adventure Requirements
A face covering is required while flying on Yankee Air Museum aircraft, except for anyone with a condition that prevents them from wearing one. You are also required to wear a face-covering in the hangar if you are unable to maintain a 6ft difference between you and other people.
If you are not wearing a mask, you will be asked to reschedule your Air Adventure.
Be sure your face covering is on before you board the plane and wear it during your flight.
Keep in mind, a face covering can be a mask or any secured cloth like a scarf or bandana that covers your nose and mouth. Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website for more information.
Check-in & Briefing
Explore the ways we’re providing a safer flight experience starting at check-in.
1. FACE MASKS FOR CUSTOMERS
All customers and Museum Team Members must wear a mask or face covering.
2. HAND SANITIZER STATIONS
Hand sanitizer dispensers have been added near high-traffic and high-touch locations throughout the Hangar, Museum and check-in areas when the aircraft are traveling.
3. CHECK-IN COUNTERS
Check-in counters are being wiped down and cleaned frequently throughout the day.
Ways Yankee Air Museum is Supporting Healthy Flying
We have taken proactive and voluntary steps to help customers have a safe and healthy flying experience.
1. Cleaning, cleaning, and more cleaning
Aircraft –Before and after each flight, crews wipe down high touched and trafficked areas of the aircraft to prevent the spread of harmful germs.
2. Giving customers a hand (sanitizer, and more)
Simple personal hygiene including frequent hand washing and not touching your eyes, nose or mouth is essential to minimizing the spread of coronavirus and other viruses. While we know many customers are following this guidance, here are some other ways we are arming customers with ways to stay clean:
Hand sanitizers – We are putting hand sanitizer dispensers through out the Hangar and the Museum– something employees and customers alike can take advantage of before boarding the aircraft. When the aircraft travel, dispensers will be found on/near the check-in table.
Washrooms are also available at the Museum and Hangar where guests and team members are encouraged to frequently wash their hands.
3. Seat assignments
We have decreased the amount of passengers per aircraft and are restricting access to some seats, when possible, to give you more space.
Once in the air, guests can still walk about the aircraft while still encouraging social distancing.
4. Breathing easy in flight
Aircraft in Yankee Air Museum’s fleet feature windows/doors that can be opened to assist with air circulation within the aircraft that pulls fresh air in from the outside to replace cabin air.