The Rock of Gibraltar might be unassuming, but it became the latest example of how border closures are causing chaos for international aviation when a delayed flight caused Brits kipping overnight in nearby Spain to face a costly 14-day quarantine.
In this episode of the World of Australian podcast, host Adam Thorn and regular Christian “Boo” Boucousis come to the mad conclusion that the best way to save aviation might be to stop flying at all.
They also discuss Virgin Atlantic’s Emirates-beating coronavirus insurance that promises to cover just about any problem that the pandemic might throw at passengers, as well as the dreaded second wave of more job cuts.
But, on a more upbeat note, they also ponder whether Boeing might have cracked it with a UV magic wand. Yes, really…
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