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Flying private has long been the status symbol of the wealthy due to the luxury associated with the practice but the decision to avoid commercial flights may now be the responsible choice for those who can afford it.As airlines are struggling to reconcile rising passenger numbers with social distancing policies, flights are returning to their previous load factors and some travelers aren’t happy about it.More travelers who absolutely have to fly utilizing private aviation would ease pressure on the airlines while supporting a general aviation industry in dire need of assistance.Visit ‘s homepage for more stories.Travel shaming is becoming one of the newest trends on social media with outraged passengers documenting their full flights and blaming the airlines and fellow passengers for not following social distancing guidelines.It’s typically an act in three parts: a passenger complains about their full flight, social media users respond by pointing out that the original poster is contributing to the flight being full and can choose not to travel, and then the airline steps in to basically say they’re doing their best.While most US airlines have implemented social distancing friendly policies such as blocking middle seats or requiring face coverings, those measures are quickly becoming obsolete as states begin to loosen lockdowns and travel resumes. Rising passenger numbers from the Transportation Security Administration show more people are ready to return to the skies and revenue desperate airlines have been forced to make compromises to well intentioned policies.A clear alternative to crowded airplanes and ever changing airline policies is flying private. Having the entire plane to oneself and select others reduces the overall risk of proximity spread and comes with plenty of additional benefits while indirectly helping commercial flyers.It’s not for many flying private is still a staple of the wealthy jet setting class.
Baseball is like any other struggling business: trying to adjust to an eternally shifting world, trying to craft whatever market it can. All of that was true before COVID 19, and all of that was true before the owners and the players started playing fiscal chicken with each other. It is ever more true now..