Parked planes: Visualizing COVID-19’s impact on air travel

Parked planes: Visualizing COVID-19's impact on air travel 1


COVID-19 has brought air travel to a near standstill, and airlines are trying to figure out what the interruption will mean for the future.

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7 Comments on "Parked planes: Visualizing COVID-19’s impact on air travel"

  1. So what? Airlines are hardly the only ones begin impacted. Why do they keep getting more attention than everyone else? They should stop whining like crybabies. 🙄 (Hollywood too. 😒)

  2. Sure hasn’t grounded planes flying into Vancouver from China. Our government doesn’t care about our health.

  3. daddyo mcdee | May 28, 2020 at 1:03 PM | Reply

    Report on the blue skys without geo engineering, weather modification, or if you want to call it a conspiracy use the phrase chem trails?

  4. MVRDA MONXY | May 28, 2020 at 1:09 PM | Reply

    Who actually cares.

  5. doesn’t say much for the travel over my city…there is lots

  6. Charles Yuzicappi | May 28, 2020 at 4:38 PM | Reply

    How come flights from “hotspots” are still coming into Canada daily since the “pandemic” started???

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