Fewer planes in the sky means more pilots and other aviation folks finding other jobs to keep money coming in. Curious what some of them are doing for a living now?
Plus, Delta is reportedly rebooting its inflight service next month.
Those are some of today’s travel-related headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.
Driving, Gardening, Importing: Some Pilots Have Taken These Jobs Because of COVID
Vice has an interesting piece about what some pilots are doing for money now that COVID-19 has either suspended or outright claimed their jobs. Some are delivering packages. One launched a gardening startup. Others are “selling artisan condiments on Instagram, importing wine and starting boating companies or interior design firms.”
Inflight Service Returning to Delta on April 14?
It seems a refurbished cabin service is coming to Delta next month. New additions: Old Fashioned and margarita cocktails.
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