Myth about Airplanes
The airlines have taken steps to ensure that passengers cant contract diseases
There have not been any reported cases of the Ebola virus spreading within the confines of an aircraft cabin. Ebola is not an airborne virus but is spread through blood and body fluids. But airline passengers should adhere to rigorous hygiene practices to limit exposure to the virusEbola can be transferred through open wounds and mucus membranes such as the mouth and eye, . Wash your hands often and use alcoholbased hand cleansers. If you travel to or with people who may have come from Ebolainfected areas, watch your health for signs and symptoms of Ebola for 21 days after travel and seek immediate medical attention if required.