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Rampant flight delays are not a problem that airlines can just solve: Johnny “Joey” Jones

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Johnny “Joey” Jones and the co-hosts of The Five discussed on Friday how airlines struggle to keep up with flight demand during a summer travel surge.

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JOHNNY “JOWEY” JONES: It’s not a problem they can just solve because you can’t make more pilots right away. This is part of the problem. But I’ll tell you what: I live in Atlanta. I’m flying in and out of Atlanta Airport where Delta is headquartered. The flight attendants, the Delta pilots are phenomenal and they are watching us. They are watching right now.

Delta management had problems, I think, in the grand scheme of airlines. I don’t know if there is [are] for better or worse, they’re kind of stuck in this problem because of the pandemic. I mean, you have all these pilots who retire early. All this ambiguity is whether they will need vaccines or not? Delta really stepped on it when they started charging premiums for those who chose not to get the vaccine. But the most important part of the segment is that no one makes Kamala Harris look better than Pete Buttigieg.

No. I mean because you talk about crisis after crisis when she screwed up or failed. I mean, look at all the traffic problems we’ve had. And he wasn’t on parental leave for all of this. And he never has a good answer. And I’ll tell you what, if an industry that can make billions from moving people efficiently, if they can’t do it right, what is the government going to do? How are they going to fix it? They’re not going to fix it.

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