Lee Cobaj’s plane to Amsterdam on the tarmac in Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo: Lee Cobaj

Flying from Scotland to Hong Kong in a pandemic – it’s air travel but not as we know it

  • A familiar journey becomes a ‘bizarre flight’, with eerily empty airports and a ‘radically modified’ in-flight experience
  • Entire rows unoccupied, bags of snacks, no booze and a nine-hour wait on arrival – air travel’s new normal
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Lee Cobaj’s plane to Amsterdam on the tarmac in Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo: Lee Cobaj
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