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(BBC-US)   US airlines warn of impending Covid vaccine flight disruptions   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Delta Air Lines, Los Angeles International Airport, United Airlines, Airline, Federal Aviation Administration, Northwest Airlines, American Airlines, chief executives of American Airlines  
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677 clicks; posted to Business » on 18 Jan 2022 at 10:50 AM (36 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-01-18 9:30:05 AM  
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The airplane manufacturers say this isn't safe. The airlines say this isn't safe. The FAA says it isn't safe. So, of course, in the era of "Dr. Fauci is just an opinionated quack," we'll get all kinds of internet experts telling us not to worry, it'll be fine. Ignoring expertise is the biggest epidemic this country faces.

Things will be fine because the FAA will put out restrictions so the hazards are avoided. Said restrictions will mean delays and cost the airlines (and you) money, but at least you'll have a good cell signal to play games while you wait.
2022-01-18 9:47:36 AM  
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"A delay will cause real harm. Pushing back deployment one year would subtract $50bn in economic growth, just as our nation recovers and rebuilds from the pandemic," said CTIA chief executive Meredith Attwell Baker in a blog post in November.

oh no. That will have such an impact on a $20 trillions GDP.
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