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From Pilot Shortage to Surplus; Uber Buys Postmates

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Remember the airline pilot shortage that plagued some carriers only a few months ago? Now it seems there’s sort of a pilot overage.

Plus, Uber just acquired some of its Uber Eats competition: Postmates.

Those are some of the day’s travel headlines that caught my eye and I thought you, too, may find interesting to start the week!

Pilots Were Once in Short Supply. Now They’re Losing Their Jobs.

Uber acquires food delivery competitor Postmates for $2.7 billion

I flew on the 4 biggest US airlines during the pandemic to see which is handling it best, and found one blew the rest out of the water

Qantas flies its Boeing 747 for the last time

Resorts World Las Vegas activates 100K-square-foot LED screen

Passenger’s $28 Million Refund Marks Luckiest Mistake In Airline History

— Chris

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