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Luggage piles join long airport lines in fresh woes for summer travel

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By Allison Lampert

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Whilst I do agree with unions, I dont think a lot of people understand the gravity of the situation the world is heading. For those that are unaware, it looks very much like societal, global, economic, and environmental collapse. Id love to hear differing opinions.

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This is cost cutting by airlines and how it affects service straight and simple.

There are going to be more problems associated with air travel for a little while because they're going from a low amount of business to a lot in a short period.

I'm going to avoid flying for a couple of years until the air travel industry works out all the bugs.

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The era of cheap throwaway labor from the baby boomers is over. Many can live without hardly working by not getting married and taking advantage of the internet and wifi for cheap entertainment and gaming. Who wants to break their back throwing around 50 pound suitcases all day for 10 bucks an hour?

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Most supply issues have been known for two years now. Yet "management" with their "expertise" and remuneration + bonuses aren't delivering any solutions. They're clearly under performing. It's up to shareholders (boards are unskilled thieves) to start axing this dead weight as they're not up to the gravity of the problem.

The result of not removing these clowns is the Great Resignation. Companies are losing good staff that are blocked from decison making due to insecure middle and higher management.

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Excellent observation.

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Chabbawanga

Whilst I do agree with unions, I dont think a lot of people understand the gravity of the situation the world is heading. For those that are unaware, it looks very much like societal, global, economic, and environmental collapse. Id love to hear differing opinions.

You're a cheery soul, aren't you?

Society is not collapsing... we're trying to get back to normality after a global pandemic. The economy will recover, and Russia will leave Ukraine in time (Putin will be overthrown eventually)... and the environment? It'll recover, or at least become stable. Try to be a bit more upbeat. It's Friday for Cliff's sake.

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