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How airlines are coaxing customers back into the skies

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After a year of extreme turbulence brought on by the coronavirus epidemic, the airline industry is ramping up its incentives to travelers, with major airlines in the U.S. and abroad attempting to coax COVID-leery passengers into returning to the skies by offering 2-for-1 deals and other creative promotions. One airline is offering unlimited travel for a fixed price until March 2021, while another carrier recently ended a deal that allowed one passenger an entire row of seats for the price of… (www.msn.com) More...

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watkinssusan
the people needing to get somewhere in a hurry my still be flying with precautions such as masks,but i dont see the travelling public going back to the skies in droves anytime soon..people have also cancelled vacations where flying is a must,so all is not "normal" and wont be for a while..
Rws1943
Robert Spruce 0
Until the Covid19 emergency is under control, I don't see much change in peoples desire to fly. The quarantine rules and requirements for testing before and after flight is enough to turn me off for now.
bentwing60
bentwing60 0
"The flogging shall continue until morale improves".
RECOR10
RECOR10 -2
And, are as useless as the stupid masks.

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