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Should I Fly: Airlines

7 October 2021 • by Jim Pulcrano, Patrick Reinmoeller in Podcasts

Airlines provide us with the opportunity to easily, and cheaply see the world. But the pandemic has put them at risk. What's next for the Airlines...

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From passengers to investors, there’s not much love lost for Airlines. But why?

They provide us with the opportunity to easily, and cheaply see the world. They give us the ability to broaden our minds, reunite us with distant family members; and they facilitate the modern world of work.

But in a post-pandemic world, there’s a real risk of losing what connects us. In Episode 4 of Should I Fly, Jim and Patrick find out what’s next for Airlines.

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Written and presented by Jim Pulcrano and Patrick Reinmoeller

Produced by JohnJo Devlin

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