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Nick Cooper • 8 months ago

Um …. it could let low cost carriers consolidate flights until they had enough clients (who had booked prior to coronavirus) to justify the flight going. Customers would mostly not turn up for their flights (no point in cancelling as they lose all their money and who could afford another 2 weeks in isolation). So will we have virtually empty aircraft flying purely to avoid refunding customers ?

And if you have to get new bookings to fly the plane, quarantined arrivals of 2 weeks is the same (virtually) as having a no fly policy for most airlines,