|Aviation graduation project|
Before aviation existed, diseases were transported overseas by boats and ships which could take weeks and sometimes months. Through airtravel, a contaminated person can arrive at any destination within hours. In addition, the person may not only contaminate people at the destination, he/she also is able to infect the fellow passengers; possible leaving traces in the form of viral and bacterial units, behind in the aircraft. The entire aircraft could become a reproduction ground for bacteria and other colony forming units. What is the scale on which the aircrafts are already acting in this manner today?