Thought that was John Lithgow..The best part about nightmare at 20,000 ft was that William Shatner was actually able to grab someone's gun?, knock the window out of the plane at 20000 feet, hanging out the window going hundreds of miles an hour and shoot the gremlin.LOL
I'm sure you meant entice, not incite. Don't want to incite passengers at the airport. TSA wouldn't like it.One has to wonder how service is going to change to incite customers back. Obviously slowly adding flights but I mean things like; lower fairs, added service, removal of baggage fees, better service, more spacing with seating, better meals, etc.
The Delta news is getting a lot of coverage in the Metro ATL area the last couple of days. Considering the billions of dollars in revenue they take in yearly, they'll recover in no time once the bans are lifted.True, lol.
I then remembered the United Airlines "issue" 3 years ago. So I guess it could go both ways. LOL
Already happened almost a month ago.Story on the radio news this morning said that FAA is going to cut hours at some ATC facilities "to help preserve the health of their staff" or words to that effect. I would assume that this applies mostly to general aviation airports where traffic is down even farther than at major airports (where they can't really cut hours too much if at all without affecting the airport's safety rating).
In everybody's neck of the woods. I've been on the telcons for over a month. The altered schedules and hours were rolled out over a month ago nationwide.Maybe in your neck of the woods, but the airports hereabouts have been running as per normal except for the reduced traffic. Perhaps a phased approach by the FAA...