Saturday, October 31, 2020

Dead Lady Flight Is Why New KCI Is Doomed

The airline industry isn't coming back any time soon. Here's one more VERY SCARY reason why . . .

A woman died of coronavirus on a plane. Her fellow passengers were never notified.

When Spirit Airlines learned that a Texas woman had died of covid-19 on one of its flights in July, the airline said it alerted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and received an acknowledgment from the agency.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

It happened how long ago and they’re just now writing a story on it? Why now? Must have something to do with joe “dark winter” biden and the dimwit narrative.

Anonymous said...

KCI is doomed because of corrupt KC government.

Anonymous said...

^^^

Truth.

Anonymous said...

WELCOME TO TRUMP’S AMERICA

Profits over people

Unknown said...

Shut up, commie. Profits are an example of economic efficiency. Without profits there is nothing to redistribute.

Anonymous said...

Without people there are no profits to line your pockets with, fascist!

Anonymous said...

The airline industry is not coming back. Businesses have found a way to do business through Zoom or Microsoft Teams that does not require face-to-face meetings anymore. Without business travelers, then the industry collapses. This is also good for the environment in terms of not having 4,000+ flights a day in the air (with jets spewing greenhouse gases out of their engines). Flying was a miserable experience anyways - all of these fat ghetto losers flying to Florida for $150 subsidized ticket, carrying all of their luggage with them (and their bad attitudes). Of course, now these fat ghetto losers are at home burning up and looting their own neighborhoods. No bailout for the airline industry - let it go belly up and let's find something else to do for the tens of thousands of workers in that industry. This is environmental and economic justice.

Anonymous said...

9:14 true. I work for a large company based in the upper Midwest and our employees in the home office will work remotely through July 2021. Travel is restricted. However, the trend for air travel is down significantly, even before the pandemic. Technology has improved so much in the past few years that remote session meetings are reducing the need for air travel for common meetings. Training and support meetings are easily handled through remote sessions. Mileage and hotel reimbursement is often far less costly than than the cost of an airline ticket, airport parking, taxis and Uber, etc. I have conducted thousands of hands-free meetings over the years while driving I-70 between KC and Denver, KC and St. Louis, I-35 north to Minneapolis or south to Wichita and Oklahoma City. While I understand the need for airport security, I detest the intimidation of the photo ID check, the full body scans, the strip searches, etc. I'd really rather drive six hours to Minneapolis than the three + it takes to prepare and fly there.

Anonymous said...

8:54 for the win

Unknown said...

Fascists are socialists, just like commies, except they hate Jews. You should understand your epithets before you sling them.

Unknown said...

Why? There are plenty of businesses that operate without people and generate profits. 8:54 made no logical argument and just resorted to name calling.

Anonymous said...

However late the article seems...
ALL the links to the Washington Post, with Original article...
are broken.
Any number of them, from all sorts of directions
end up with WaPo saying: "You stumped us...!"

Anonymous said...

They get there education from the internet.. they are very ignorant.