This is Surya. And she's a Leading Stewardess with SIA who has been with the airline for 12 years.
After volunteering to be a Care Ambassador, she has recently returned to flying.
In a video published by SIA, Surya has shared the process of what it's like on a 12-hour flight to Frankfurt during a global pandemic.
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First, the stewardesses have to collect goggles, which will be worn in addition to their surgical masks.
She also shared the care kit that SIA will provide for passengers on the flight, which consists of a face mask, disinfectant wipe and hand sanitiser.
During the flight, cabin crew regularly spritz and wipe common areas, such as the lavatories.
They don gloves while serving meals from the trolley.
Upon landing, ground staff will clean up the aircraft.
Cabin crew stay in to rest in the hotel room, where Surya said she stayed "throughout (her) stay here in Frankfurt".
This is another measure taken to minimise any potential exposure to the virus.
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