News and notes from around the interweb:
- A new loophole to allow emotional support animals on planes?
- The crew of Eastern Airlines 401 was said to haunt the airline after it crashed in 1972. Recovered parts from the plane were used on other aircraft, and there were numerous reports of ghosts following the use of those parts. A passenger has just reported seeing these ghosts again.
L-1011 N310EA Crashed Into The Florida Everglades, credit: Jon Proctor via Wikimedia Commons
- Mesa Survives Again With a New, Smaller Deal with American
- Delta Air Lines will test all 70,000 employees, every week
Our partners at Mayo Clinic have advised that virus spread could be reduced by 90 percent with weekly testing, reducing asymptomatic transmission. We’re achieving this expansion of our testing by increasing onsite rapid testing, providing testing kits at workplaces with smaller employee populations, and offering at home testing kits to all U.S. employees.
- American Airlines kiosks currently have limited functionality.
AA: self-service kiosk limitations:
(emphasis that a (very) low single-digit % of pax use any of this.) pic.twitter.com/XKHSmhyeDB
— JonNYC (@xJonNYC) December 3, 2020
- Delta fired a red coat accused of assaulting a wheelchair-bound passenger she’s suing saying she was dismissed for being Muslim.