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Question 1392

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  1. Anonymous

    Lucky,

    My name is Mo Kreitenberg and I am working on a startup project, called the Germfalcon; it is an airplane sanitizing system to disinfect the passenger cabin every day. You can find our Kickstarter page here http://kck.st/1C5Ab4k .

    This product will solve a long-unaddressed problem in the airline industry–disinfection. Unlike most public transportation systems, commercial air travel is capable of transporting viruses and bacteria across large regions and oceans. It is surprising to many people that the airlines do not have a method available to properly disinfect the airplanes. Our product solves this problem.

    There are no regulations requiring airlines to clean the inside of the plane, so airlines pick up trash and wipe up spills, but traditional disinfectants take too long and damage on-board materials.

    Commercial air travel allows people to quickly move all over the world, but it undeniably accelerates and facilitates the spread of bacteria and viruses. We believe routine disinfection of commercial airplanes could disrupt the rate diseases spread in a measurable way.

    If you this is something you would like to share on One Mile At a Time, I would be happy to answer any questions. I’m available 7 days a week at this email, or the phone number below. Look forward to speaking with you, Lucky.

    Mo K.

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