We are constantly surrounded by illness causing bacteria.

One of the most hospitable environments for bacteria to proliferate and spread is the airplane cabin.

As air circulates through the cabin, it spreads germs from person to person.

And it’s not just the air.

The tray tables at every seat are said to contain more bacteria than the toilet seat in the plane’s bathroom.

Alarmingly, a 2015 study by TravelMath that tested samples surfaces in planes found that tray tables had more than 8 times the amount of bacteria than the bathroom flush buttons.

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Bacteria on the Airplane

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Bacteria on the AirplaneGrossest Places on the Airplane - Travel Healthy
Airplane Tray Table Bacteria

1. Tray Table

Once an airplane drops off its passengers, flight attendants may spray a disinfectant aerosol in the cabin or pick up papers, but no one’s cleaning the tray tables.

Be proactive: Use PlaneAire on surfaces around you after you clean your hands. The first thing you should do when you sit down on the plane is spray PlaneAire on the tray table in front of you.

Magazines Carry Germs on Airplanes

2. Magazines and touch-screen entertainment

Steer clear of this season’s in-flight magazine but if you must have that latest bit of juicy gossip, give the magazine a mist of PlaneAire before indulging. If the magazine was published three months ago, that’s likely how long that same copy has been sitting at your seat, collecting countless passengers’ germs. Touch-screen entertainment systems aren’t much better, give them a spray of PlaneAire before tapping in-flight entertainment.

Bathroom Door Handle Bacteria

3. Bathroom Door

Airplane bathrooms are indeed cleaned by airlines but only at night and in between long flights.

With 160 seats on a flight, in-flight bathrooms can service over 40 individuals per flight. It should be no surprise that the handle on the bathroom door is one of the filthiest places on the plane. Protect yourself from bacteria on the airplane with PlaneAire.

Airplane Bathroom Bacteria Disinfectant

4. Toilet and lid

When you flush, close the toilet seat.

Airplane toilets have a powerful suction, but some of that power can actually eject particles into the air. To avoid germs on bathroom surfaces, spray anything you plan on touching with PlaneAire and you’re good to go.

Bacteria on the Water Faucet in the Airplane

5. Water faucet and soap dispenser

Think about it: You go to the bathroom, do your business, then turn on the water to wash your hands. This process repeated over countless passengers deposits a nasty cocktail of germs on all bathroom surfaces. While experts suggest washing hands for 15 to 20 seconds, airplane faucets tend to run for less than five, meaning you have to repeatedly touch the germ-ridden knobs. Spray the faucet and handles with a light mist of PlaneAire and you can safely use the tap as much as needed to wash your hands appropriately.

Air Flow Control Knob Bacteria on the AirPlane

6. Overhead Airflow Control

As temperatures fluctuate in the airplane cabin, passengers are constantly adjusting their air flow.. in other words, the plastic overhead knobs are bacterial hubs. Use PlaneAire as a protective barrier if you need to adjust the air-stream.

Make sure you turn off the vent before spraying!

Airplane Seat Bacteria

7. Headrest

Comfy headrests can hide germs which have hitchhiked on other passengers. Coughing and sneezing can also distribute bacteria and viruses on headrests.

Give the headrest a spritz of PlaneAire and use your own pillow to be extra cautious. Erase the bacterial history someone else has left behind.™

PlaneAire isn’t just for the plane!

Use PlaneAire everywhere you travel including on trains, cruise ships, and even in your hotel room! And if you have some left after your trip, it’s great for home use too.

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PlaneAire™ is available in select
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Newark Liberty Int’l Airport
LaGuardia Airport