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American Airlines said it would sell flights to capacity starting July 1, abandoning caps on passenger loads designed to promote social distancing
American Airlines Group Inc. said it would sell flights to capacity starting July 1, abandoning caps on passenger loads that were designed to promote social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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GameGuru Jun 26
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🀑🀑🀑🀑🀑🀑🀑
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Margarita Jun 26
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It's not as if there is a highly contagious disease out there to worry about
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in foro concientiae Jun 26
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...being recirculated over and over and over again for hours on end in an airtight aluminum tube
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α“Ύα˜œα“Žα–‡α–½αΈα“¬α™α’ΆπŸ Jun 26
Not to mention the recycled cabin air, making distancing pointless.
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Robin Jun 26
Good luck with that! Trying to put $ above the safety of their passengers!
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Chris Palmer Jun 26
Yet another reason why American is on my shit list. Stranding me in Nashville overnight did not help either (but the airport was nice).
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Bluebird Ninja Jun 26
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Vintage Apple Watch Jun 26
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nnnnnnnnope! bye, miles, see ya later sometime.
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Jen Jun 26
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It's all about $$. Never forget that.
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CJ πŸ›Ή Jun 26
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Airlines are about to go under, so yeah, they're desperate.
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