Delta announced they have teamed up with the makers of Lysol to develop better hygiene and disinfection protocols for high-traffic areas in airports and on board their planes.
According to Reuters, the collaboration will see Delta use Lysol’s disinfectant spray and wipes. The airline will also team up with Lysol’s microbiologists and germ-kill experts to research and develop new disinfecting solutions – with a focus on airplane toilets first!
We know you have questions about traveling, so we caught up with infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Saag to explain why airplane cabin air is clean, safe and healthy to breathe. pic.twitter.com/XGI90nW86t— Delta (@Delta) July 16, 2020
“There’s no finish line for cleanliness – there’s always more we can do to innovate and elevate our already-high standards because that’s what our customers and employees expect and deserve,” said Bill Lentsch, Delta’s Chief Customer Experience Officer in a statement. “The experts at Lysol share our drive for innovative, continuous improvement – they’re the best at their craft. That’s why we’re excited to get started on R&D to target germ ‘hot spots’ and cement the Delta CareStandard as the industry gold standard – so customers feel confident in choosing Delta as more people return to travel.”
The US Environmental and Protection Agency recently approved both Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Lysol Disinfectant Wipes as among the first to test effective against the novel coronavirus when used as directed on hard, non-porous surfaces.
“Our collaboration with Delta is exciting because they have clearly demonstrated great leadership, care and commitment to cleanliness and innovation across their customer and employee touchpoints. Our shared vision to create breakthrough solutions within our industries, while bolstering current disinfection protocols will support Delta customers in feeling confident when they travel,” said Rahul Kadyan, E.V.P., North America, Hygiene, Lysol. “At Lysol, we’re committed to offering products and providing germ-kill expertise as defined by our purpose, which is to protect, heal and nurture in the relentless pursuit of a cleaner, healthier world.”