Flight cancellations increase

 A few days ago, the link between the not-vaxxes and flight-related thrombosis was blamed for an unusually large number of flight cancellations over a two-day period:

At British Airways, at least four pilots have died this week, but the airline wants you to know that their deaths are totally unrelated; Reuter’s and Fact Checkers are working hard to dispel any rumors that the pilots could have died from the COVID-19 vaccine. British Airways boasts that 85{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} of its employees are vaccinated. Airlines are so quick to obey the COVID-19 vaccine narrative that they forget the welfare of their own employees is at stake.

According to flightaware.com, 120,000 cancellations per year is the average for global flights. An average day would see 329 cancellations. A 2 day average would see 658 cancellations. But between Friday and Saturday, 3,533 cancellations occurred. That’s a 580{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} increase in cancellations globally in the past 2 days.

The number of flight cancellations have not only remained high since then, but are steadily increasing: 1780, 1753, 2256, 1885, 2239 for a daily average of 1982.6 cancelled flights, six times more than usual. And as more pilots, flight crew, and passengers experience adverse affects, we can expect that number to rise.

Although it’s only 10 AM on the East Coast, 1447 flights have already been cancelled today. As with the growing number of heart attacks in people under thirty, this is the sort of hard observational data that cannot be easily concealed or explained away by the corrupt vaccine pushers.