Passengers on a nearly empty American Airlines flight purportedly had to sit next to one another — for a completely head-shaking reason.
Meanwhile, some flight attendants are training to make differences in hospitals.
Those are some of the travel headlines that came across my radar today that I thought you, too, may find interesting.
American Airlines Allegedly Crammed Passengers Together on Nearly Empty Plane
Social distancing be dAAmned!
Reports indicate American Airlines made a flight’s 11 passengers sit together — even though the plane was almost empty. Why? The passengers purchase basic economy tickets — and seating them elsewhere would have been an upgrade.
Their flight’s cabin crew reportedly allowed the passengers to move seats.
Nevada Extends Casino Closures
A day after several Las Vegas resort companies announced plans to reopen on May 1, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak ordered casinos remain closed until April 30.
Something tells me that May 1 day might not work out.
Also in Sin City:
McCarran Airport Closes Two Concourses
The B and E concourses — as well as a security gate for the C gates — at Las Vegas’s McCarran Airport are closed until further notice.
Flight Attendants Train for Hospital Work
Several Swiss flight attendants are training to help out in hospitals.
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