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The FAA temporarily suspends ‘ghost flight’ rule in the midst of the corona virus outbreak

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is taking steps to change the name of the spirit, flights into the air.

The federal agency has announced that it will temporarily waive the minimum lock requirements at U.S. airports. This will allow the airlines to cancel flights without fear of losing their slots are full, or busy airports. The airlines have seen a downturn in the industry, in the midst of the ongoing corona virus outbreak.

In a press release, the FAA stated that it would waive the requirement by May 31 of the current year and the change will apply to both domestic and foreign companies. It is well known that the agency will continue to monitor the corona virus, impact on travel and “see to it that this distance, when the circumstances so warrant.”

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In the event that the permit is extended by the FAA to inform airlines as soon as possible.

The New York Post recently reported on how the minimum slot usage regulation, which is also known as the “80/20 rule,” has been the cause of all the airlines that fly empty planes, “or” ghost flights” in order to maintain their slots.

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Flying these old planes, it may be expensive, but the airlines have to burn an average of five gallons of jet fuel per mile. The new flights will also give an average of one-half ton of carbon dioxide per seat, according to the Post.

Also, the European Union has suspended its own rules-airlines-to-fly, 80 per cent of their flights in order of their slots, Reuters reports.

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“The Commission will put forward will be very, very soon, the laws, the EU’s chief Ursula von der Leyen said, according to Reuters. “We want to make it easier for the airline to their airport slot, and even if they do not escape into those slots, because of the decrease in the flow of traffic.”

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