COVID-19: Problem for Air Travel?

Much like everyone, we experienced major transitions in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Agricultural Education and Communication faculty and students at the University of Florida moved from regular in-person classroom-based teaching and learning to fully online education and communication environments. However, undergraduate students in AEC 4035: Communication Practices for Agricultural and Natural Resources remained positive, adjusted several of their final projects, and found ways to document COVID-19’s impacts through photo essays from different perspectives.

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic the amount of people traveling has decreased, especially those traveling by airplane. The number of people flying and the price of airline tickets have dropped dramatically. Dakota Thomas, an agricultural education and communication student at the University of Florida, highlighted the impacts COVID-19 had on air travel through this photo essay.

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Click here for the downloadable version of this photo essay.

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