字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 all the Corona virus jitters, many are choosing not to travel for fear of being exposed on an airplane. But if you do fly, how can you tell of your seating areas germ free? Well, to find out we took some swabs and sent them to the lab. Check out these cell phone videos as airline passengers like their head breasts. What is all that gunk? And is it infested with germs? Wait, there's Maur black gunk on a first class flight from Washington, D. C. To New York. That is that that is a really bad I don't want to go on a plane now. We found the same nasty stuff on the seat next to us. We swab and collected samples on four different flights. New Jersey to Burlington, Austin, Texas, to New York City. Then we sent the samples to a lab for testing. The results are troubling. Bacteria counts on Lisa Guerrero's head rest and seat belt were in the billions. Yes, we said billions. Two out of four tray tables tested positive for E. Coli, a k. This passenger at New York's LaGuardia Airport is well prepared. This is just an example of what I carry in my bag when I travel. I actually brought an extra pack this week so that I could have him on me at all times. Safe travels Everyone. An airline industry spokesperson tells Inside Edition that in the wake of the Corona virus crisis, they are enhancing disinfection and cleaning protocols.