The wellbeing and safety of our customers and crew is of highest priority for us. Especially during the coronavirus epidemic attention on cleanliness and hygiene is a major topic for our daily flight operations. 

All procedures are in accordance with respective governmental recommendations. All health and safety measures are updated and adjusted according to the latest measures and injunctions.

Depending on the country you are travelling within, to or from with us, please make sure to read the respective government and aviation authoriy recommendations and guidlines:

Here's a quick look behind the scenes.

Here is how we make travelling as safe as possible for you.


The air in our cabins is normally a mix of fresh air from outside, and air that has been passed through extremely efficient recirculation fans, which remove larger particles such as dust and pollen down to the size of bacteria and viruses. 

To ensure the cleanest possible cabin air we keep the recirculation fans off – even though they are extremely effective – switched off, which means only fresh air will be supplied to the cabin. 



We clean our aircrafts at every turn around on ground. The cleaning follows a specific schedule and varies from lighter cleaning to regular washes, and procedures have recently been made even more extensive. 

Overnight the cabin is cleaned with disinfection liquids to ensure that possible bacteria and germs on surfaces are removed.



All of our aircraft are equipped with hygiene equipment and most importantly a fully trained crew, which is wearing gloves and face masks to keep them and passengers save. 

If a customer is suspected of being infected or develops symptoms mid-flight, we will seat the customer as far as possible from other passengers. 

Due to free seating on board, DAT crew will recommend travelers to keep distance between each other and spread out on non-sold out flights. 

In addition all catering and onboard service have been suspended to reduce personal contact to a minimum.


Embarking and disembarking of aircraft

We recommend keeping distance to fellow travelers during check-in and at the gate. During embarking and disembarking of DAT aircrafts our trained crew will remind customers with special announcements to maintain appropriate personal space to each other.  



We are following and monitoring the instructions by the World Health Organization and therefore recommend:

Good hand hygiene is recommended as the number one method of preventing infectious diseases from spreading. Wash your hands thoroughly, do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if you have not washed your hands. If washing your hands is not possible, for example in-flight, and particularly when the seatbelt sign is illuminated, use hand sanitizer. 

You may also want to use a wipe with sanitizer to clean the surfaces that you touch frequently around your seat – for example the tray table.

And, for your own safety and wellbeing, as well as for the wellbeing of your fellow travelers, do not travel if you are feeling unwell. 


Adherence to EASA recommendations

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published recommendations for airlines on how to operate during the time of COVID-19. All our precautious measures before, during and after your flight with us are fully conforming with the EASA recommendations for COVID-19



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