Supplied-Air Protective Device For Aircrafts

Air travel is significantly impacted by airborne pathogens, such as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Scientific research strongly suggests that “social distancing” and individual face coverings such as masks provide some degree of protection. However, the economics dictate that social distancing on commercial airlines is cost-prohibitive due to the limited space on an aircraft. Further, the efficacy of various masks is questionable. This combination has resulted in a general public perception that flying commercially may be too risky. The solution:

A personal supplied-air protective device


Independent link to the Supplied-air Protective Device for Aircrafts

Contact the Inventor: Christopher Lovelace