It appears the airlines are well aware of the elevated risk that high-altitude flights pose to vaxxed flight crew and passengers:
Just a few weeks ago, I was talking with a friend on the phone and she told me something that had us both scratching our heads.
When she went to make a flight reservation for her husband, the woman asked her if her husband had been vaccinated. My friend responded saying no he had not and asked if that would be an issue with his ticket.
The woman on the line making the reservation said that it would not be an issue but if he had been vaccinated that she would have cautioned him not to fly. My friend asked why she was asking this since this was something she had not heard or read anywhere at all. The airline reservations then proceeded to tell her that several people who had been vaccinated are developing blood clots at a certain altitude and they believe it is from the vaccine.
Hundreds of American Airlines flights have been canceled this weekend and Monday because of significant staffing and maintenance issues.
As of Sunday afternoon, 123 flights were canceled Saturday, 178 on Sunday and 97 were canceled for Monday – largely the result of a high number of sick calls, combined with maintenance and other staffing issues.
American told ABC News that most of the cancelations are on A320 and 737 aircraft, but that it may continue to cancel at least 50 to 60 flights per day for the rest of June and 50 to 80 flights per day through July.
“We made targeted changes with the goal of impacting the fewest number of customers by adjusting flights in markets where we have multiple options for re-accommodation,” according to an American Airlines statement.
It may prove informative to review the auto accident statistics in about six months too. Regardless, it’s increasingly looking as if things are going to get very, very ugly once the idiots who submitted to the vaxx begin to grasp what was done to them and their children. I understand that people want to feel compassion for them, and that they were pressured and repeatedly lied to, but perhaps if everyone had been less compassionate and more inclined to say “don’t be insanely stupid”, we would be facing fewer unnecessary tragedies like the one documented below.