From parking to concessions, here are the safety protocols you’ll see in Washington-area airports
Before the pandemic, most travelers paid little attention to the business operations of an airport. Your gate number and its proximity to the wine bar probably mattered more than who wipes down the security checkpoint bins or disinfects the parking lot shuttle buses. However, the coronavirus has created a heightened awareness of protective protocols, with travelers wondering who is responsible for implementing measures that will stymie the spread. In anticipation of our return to the skies, we reached out to the three Washington-area airports to better understand how the different agencies and entities are keeping the traveling public safe. For updates, check the websites of the airports and airlines.