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Dirtiest surfaces on airplane - Canadian Broadcasting Corporation study

3 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Headrests and seat-pockets are among the dirtiest surfaces one can touch on an airplane as per the study conducted by ‘Marketplace,' a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation consumer watchdog news series.
Seat belts, washroom handles, and tray tables are the other extremely dirty surfaces on a plane.
The episode broadcasting these findings was aired by ‘Marketplace' on Oct. 26. 2018.
CBC reported that the investigators booked 18 short flights on three different airlines -Air Canada, WestJet, and Porter between Ottawa and Montreal. They collected more than 100 samples from a variety of...
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