Airplanes will fly without passengers, because the law requires it. The air circus will poison and waste money

Airplanes will fly without passengers, because the law requires it.  The air circus will poison and waste money

The whole world is fighting to reduce emissions and is doing it at a pace that is terrifying at times, looking at how, in conjunction with the pandemic situation, it hits, inter alia, in our wallets. The European Union, which has a lot to do with it, nevertheless maintains a law that is still nasty for any airline company these days. Planes will fly through them without passengers, consuming huge amounts of money and generating nonsensical emissions.

Under EU law, planes will fly without passengers so that the airlines do not collapse

According to the rules of the European Union, for the winter period 2021/2022, airlines must use at least 50 percent of their slots or risk losing them. While this rule was reduced to 0 percent during the first periods of the pandemic for obvious reasons, it was gradually increased as the world reopened. So what if many airlines are currently struggling to handle 50% of their flights due to significantly low interest in flights. The law requires and must be obeyed.

Despite our requests for more flexibility, the EU has approved the 50% utilization rule for each winter flight schedule. It was clearly unrealistic in the EU this winter against the backdrop of the current crisis

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– a spokesman for the International Air Transport Association (IATA) told Metro service.

As a result, Lufthansa will reportedly be forced to fly (according to an estimate) 18,000 nonsensical flights to preserve its slots. The group expects some 33,000 flights to be canceled in the coming weeks due to an increase in COVID-19 cases. They are not the only ones in this:

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All due to the rules on the allocation of slots at airports. Because of them, Lufthansa cannot simply reduce the number of flights, as they risk losing their right to land in the future. The law will force them to fly even without passengers on board in order to maintain the possibility of providing services in the future when the demand for flights picks up again.


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