Thousands of US Flights Cancelled

Angry passenger in New York gets put in his place.

By 8 a.m. (CST) Monday, April 4, 2022, 2,134 airline flights were cancelled across, into and outbound the United States.

This followed carriers canceling more than 3,500 U.S. flights over the weekend due to employee absenteeism, storms in Florida and technology issues.

Close to 2,000 flights within, into, or out of the U.S. were canceled Saturday and a further 1,659 Sunday, according to flight tracking website FlightAware.

By morning, Monday, 4,314 flights were delayed.

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  1. Wow! She totally humiliated that guy! 🤣😂🤣😂 On a more serious note, however, his hostility is an example of how tired we all are of the Deep State BS that effects all of us, though I agree he should have handled his frustration in a more mature manner. I believe the cancelations have a lot to do with the political BS of those at the top echelons of power.

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    • Agree – political powers-that-be are using Everything to push their agenda: media, airlines, healthcare system (or what’s left of it), schools, grocery store chains, entertainment venues, etc. Hopefully everyone’s sick of it at this point and stands their ground. Resistance to their tyranny is the only way to fight back!

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    • I worked in Electronics in Maryland for a few years, at a Manufacturer. Our project needed parts to complete Racks (there’s 5 Chassis in a Rack), and a coworker told me where some Racks were stored, in the hall (huge building, they were off in a corner), he assured me that we could take (temporarily) the parts we needed.

      I had my tools, and removing the parts, and a man walks up to me. I didn’t react, but I looked to my coworker for assurance. All I could see was his back as he ran off into the distance. My mother worked sarcasm like Picasso worked Art, and I have the same trait. The man said “Do you know who I am?” I had to bite my lip to keep from saying “Why, don’t you know?” Discretion is the better part of valor, I was told to cease and desist removing parts, the man was a Vice President at the company, and we had several Vice Presidents as the company had different departments. But since I kept my mouth shut, nothing else was made of the incident.

      The Air Port Incident is hilarious, I can sympathize with the employee. LOL.

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