Pandemic has set the number of U.S. air travelers back decades


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One way the virus has made the world "greener." Skies in many smoggy cities have become clearer too.

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Without air travel and cars on the road, the environment has benefitted greatly.

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IMO, the economy will return to normal once this pandemic ends. We can look at the 1918-1919 flu pandemic as an example. However, nothing is for certain. We can only hope that this flu behaves like past flues, and eventually abates.

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Air travel is much more affordable and accessible to the masses than it was in the 1960s

The ironic thing is that it used to be much cheaper 20-30 years ago. And then came fuel surcharges and all sorts of other taxes and hidden charges.

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Many, many industries are seeing the same problems.

Nature once again shows us the hubris of mankind.

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