Why “Ghost Flights” are actually scary…


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In a pitch to keep their flight slots secure, airlines are flying ghost flights.


These are flights that go through all of the motions of a typical flight.


But they’re missing one crucial element – passengers.


You read that right…


Image Source: Daily Mail


“Airlines have wasted thousands of gallons of fuel running empty ‘ghost’ flights during the coronavirus outbreak because of European rules saying operators can lose their flight slots if they keep their planes on the ground.”


European rules state airlines must continue 80% of their slots.


Or risk losing them to a competitor.


The coronavirus is predicted to wipe out airline sales worldwide to the tune of $113 billion.


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