Once upon a time, airline travel was friendly, reliable and relatively cheap. Those days are gone. With rising fuel prices and regular reports of unruly passengers, jet travel is no longer inexpensive or a routine experience that one can take for granted. Neither is the reliability of air travel. Just ask the tens of thousands of passengers who encounter delays or flight cancellations – which only used to occur during the busy holiday season – but now seem commonplace. What in the world happened?
The Chickens Have Come Home to Roost
Ironically, the planes are grounded and people can't get back home but the chickens have arrived back home. The airlines claim flight cancellation due to inclement weather but their claim is questionable as the weather conditions are mild or not severe enough to warrant such cancellations. These are the same airlines, mind you, that made the Covid jab mandatory for their employees. Either get jabbed or lose your job. As a result, many airline employees refused the puncture wound and left their jobs. Not too long ago, I met a former airline employee who refused to get stabbed and now works the counter at a local pizza joint. He told me "you gotta do what you gotta do."
Mostly it’s due to staffing shortages: pilots, crew, and air control. This is partly due to the fact that the Biden Administration mandated vaccines for pilots and other personnel, many of whom either quit or were fired for refusing. Guess what, Joe; you need pilots to fly planes.
Others Did What They Had To Do
The rest did what they had to do and took the jab because they couldn't afford to lose their jobs. Unfortunately, some of those employees have suffered adverse health consequences as a result of the forced vaccinations.
You Don't Want the Pilot to Suffer an Adverse Reaction While Piloting your Plane
The men and women who fly commercial aircraft are probably one of the, if not the most scrutinized professionals in terms of their health histories. Obviously their vision is critical but so is their overall physical condition.