The British School of Aviation is reopening its training facility at London Luton Airport on July 6 with a social-distanced teaching set-up. Entitled ‘Seat 9’, BSA will implement a low-density class configuration of just nine students, as opposed to previous intakes of 16, in order to ensure social distancing can be managed safely and practically. Additional health protection measures including daily student temperature checks, ‘smart’ pathways, hand sanitising stations and use of face coverings will also be introduced. Announcing the ‘Seat 9’ concept, Matt Harvey, BSA’s Chief Executive Officer said, “As the aviation industry enters the recovery phase from the
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