| A quite ridiculous experience. There is no distancing to speak of inside a full, six seats per row single-aisle plane, which makes any announcements about procedures or rules designed for Covid safety absurd to listen to, and as such the rules are probably mentally damaging to the cabin crew who seem content to unthinkingly apply them with a jobsworth attitude. One of the crew members, a large heavyset young man, was incredibly zealous about the detailed enforcement of Covid safety rules to the point where the behaviour reminded me of that found inside the Swedish penitentiary system, which is a "nice" Scandinavian touch, as offensive as it is. For example: one is not allowed to change seats at any time, even if it would improve social distancing, if sleeping while your facemask is not covering your nose and mouth you will be woken from sleep and ordered to correct that grievous error, the order in which groups of rows embark or disembark makes no difference at all to overall Covid infection risk, due to no distancing during the flight. I am not afraid of Covid, I would not fly if I was, but I prefer my rational sensibilities intact. Fly with the cheaper, less ridiculous remaining competitor airline on this route instead.