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Biden Regulary Targets Republican States, Passes on Democratic States With Low Vaccinations
"Neither President Biden or pass sake have been critical of Illinois, Michigan, Nevada and North Carolina or their Democratic governors, for quote lowered vaccination rates. On the other hand, just sent this in Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sparred with the president a number of issues but especially in the subject of Covid and how best to balance the public health challenge It represents. Whether the priorities let me make this as clear as I know how I don't know. The single governor in this state is anti vax. As I've said over and over again, you can be pro vaccine and anti tyranny. The Republican governors, most of them with the exception of the governor of Massachusetts, in Maryland, I guess Our anti tyranny, Pro vaccine anti tyranny. In Florida is a massive state. Texas is a massive state. And they're actually doing very, very well. It's also notable national review that vaccines have proven resilient and preventing hospitalization and death amidst the Delta variant outbreak. Breakthrough cases have been far more common since it supplanted the original viral strain is the most common in the U. S and a press conference. Yesterday, the Santas noted. That at Broward County site where anti body doses are being distributed 52% of the patients and a whopping 69% of the patients over the age of 60. Have been
US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk
"Advisers at the food and drug administration rejected recommending widespread use of a third dose of visors coronavirus vaccine the vote was sixteen to two against three doses a setback for the White House adviser Dr Michael Carrillo says they need more data we need to target the boosters right now it should be clear to the people are likely to be at high risk and it's an older population that you know compromise and the advisers later voted to recommend the extra does to those people advisor Dr Amanda Cohn at the CDC says the focus should stay on two doses it is clear that the unvaccinated are providing transmission the Biden ministration was hoping for the three dose recommendation to shore up protection from the delta variant at Donahue Washington
FDA Panel Is First Key Test for Biden COVID-19 Booster Plan
"The food and drug administration is meeting today to review pfizer's request for third dose of its covert nineteen vaccine. Npr's windsor johnston reports some health. Experts have questioned whether a booster shot is necessary at this point a key. Fda advisory panel convenes today to discuss. Whether there's enough proof that a booster dose of the cova vaccine developed by pfizer is safe and effective citing data from recent studies. Pfizer argues that. Yo protection against severe disease is holding strong in the united states immunity against milder infection. Wayne somewhere around six to eight months after the second dose. The pharmaceutical company also says those. Antibodies appear strong enough to protect people against the highly contagious delta variant. If the fda decides to recommend the boosters the cdc will then have to decide who should get the additional doses windsor johnston
FDA Committee to Vote on COVID Booster Shot
"Data shows cova cases arising in fully vaccinated. Americans we call those breakthrough cases. That is why you're seeing more breakthrough infections. Now are telling me that. Breakthrough cases aren't unexpected because like with any vaccine. It's not a hundred percent effective at preventing a person from getting sick but scientists are worried. Is that one day vaccine. Efficacy is going to drop even lower and even though our vaccines are currently working well to prevent hospitalizations we are seeing concerning evidence of waning vaccine effectiveness over time and against the delta vary. So what we're seeing is a very time dependent slope where the longer ago you were vaccinated. The less effective. Your vaccine is right which leads us to today right. So the fda having this big hearing what is the purpose of it like what does the question that these folks are going to be here to answer so today. There's going to be an fda hearing it's actually the fda's independent advisory committee is. Is this vaccine not doing what it's supposed to do. This is an independent group and they basically give advice to the fda about what the fda potentially should do so if the companies were the fda can make a case that there has been an erosion protection against severe critical disease and the data erosion and protect against disease would be mediated or eliminated by a third dose them. We could move forward but today we really need to see those data to be able to make that decision on after afghan can either take or not. Take that advice now. The question that's being put in front of that advisory committee today is whether or not we should approve. A booster shot for the pfizer vaccine. It's just pfizer. Were not talking about. Madonna androids johnson. And today all day the scientists are going to be debating whether or not it's appropriate to boost pfizer will
US OKs New Use for Eli Lilly’s COVID-19 Treatment
"Federal regulators have approved a drug from Eli Lilly as a preventative medicine against Kobe eight nineteen it's a new use for Eli Lilly's monoclonal antibody drug combination bam bland never mad but and at a seven map previously authorized as a treatment for high risk patients who had contracted cobit nineteen now under an emergency use authorization the medicines can be used to prevent disease in people who have been recently exposed to the virus age twelve and over earlier this summer a similar drug made by competitor Regeneron was authorized for preventive use antibody drugs are one of the only treatments proven to reduce the risk of death from Kobe nineteen demand for those drugs has boomed as the delta variant has sent cases searching Jackie Quinn Washington
Florida Surpasses 50K COVID Deaths After Battling Delta Wave
"This state of Florida has surpassed a grim milestone of more than fifty thousand coronavirus deaths federal health researchers say nearly fifty one thousand Floridians have died since the start of the pandemic and that more than twenty five percent of the deaths occurred this summer as the delta variant surged in the state epidemiologists say the average vaccination rate in Florida is sixty three percent better than the national average but not enough to keep the highly contagious delta variant at bay especially with so many elderly residents Republican governor Ron DeSantis who has forbidden vaccine and mask mandates says it's been a really tough year and a half I'm Jackie Quinn
GOP Prosecutors Threaten Lawsuits Over Biden's Vaccine Requirement
"Two dozen Republican attorneys general are threatening to sue the blighted ministration over its plan to impose a covert vaccine mandate on government and private sector workers the opposition is led by South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson who called the biting vaccination plan quote disastrous and counterproductive Wilson says he and two dozen of his counterparts will seek every available legal option to hold the president accountable the letter blasts the plan for sweeping new federal vaccine requirements to be enacted by OSHA for healthcare workers federal contractors and nearly two thirds of the private sector work force aimed at slowing the spread of the delta variant Republican leaders and even some union bosses are accusing president Biden of going too far in trying to muscle private companies and workers Jackie Quinn Washington
Outbreaks Strand Some Students at Home With Minimal Learning
"As corona virus outbreaks around the country lead schools to close temporarily or send children into quarantine some students are being stranded with minimal instruction some educators and parents interviewed by the Associated Press say that their school systems pushed ahead with the return to in person instruction without any clear back up plan and the policies aimed at keeping students in classrooms are contributing to the difficulties seven year old Ben meddling in Union County North Carolina was sent home to quarantine for two weeks on some days his parents say the second grader finished his school work by nine thirty AM on other days the teachers aside no work at all the U. S. education department says that states and school districts should have policies to ensure continued access to high quality and rigorous online learning as a contagious delta variant sweeps through schools many of which do not require masks I'm Jennifer king
Retail Sales Rose Last Month Even as Delta Variant Spread
"Rising cope with nineteen cases have not kept many Americans from shopping the commerce department says retail sales were up a seasonally adjusted zero point seven percent last month economists had predicted a drop in spending up zero point eight five percent the delta variants spread has changed where people are spending online sales were up five and a half percent last month but sales at restaurants and bars were flat from a month earlier after health officials recommended even vaccinated Americans should wear masks in public places indoors soccer make ani Washington
US Unemployment Claims Rise After Hitting Pandemic Low
"A rise in covert nineteen infections may be affecting the job market the number of Americans seeking jobless benefits rose last week by twenty thousand after hitting a pandemic low with the week prior it's a sign more infections may be leading to more layoffs the delta variants spread has slowed the economy in recent weeks with many Americans holding off on travel hotel stays and eating out jobless claims have been falling steadily for two months coinciding with the scaling back of jobless aid for millions of people Sager made Donnie Washington
18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim
"Are the numbers on kovic. Eighteen months in about one hundred and fifty thousand. New cases are still being reported every single day in the us and more than six hundred sixty six thousand people in this country have died from cova. That's one in every five hundred of us joining us now to give us the latest is. Npr health correspondent rob stein. Robert situation sounds and seems pretty grim. Walk us through police if you could where things stand with the pandemic in the us. Yeah you know. The numbers are still staggering. About one hundred fifty thousand people are still catching the virus every day for the ninety six thousand or so sick. They're in the hospital and more than eighteen. Hundred people are still dying every day from covert nineteen. That's still not nearly as bad as things got during the darkest days of last winter. But it's still pretty awful and no one thought the pandemic would still be taking this kind of toll you know especially so many months after we all thought that vaccines would be like the calvary. Righty to our rescue. I talked about this with dr. She's the deed of the brown school of public health infection. Numbers across the country are really stunningly. Bad i mean hundred and fifty hundred sixty thousand americans getting infected every single day. It's really stunning. That this is where we are as a country and you know just tragic since the incredibly effective vaccines made so much of this totally preventable even in the face of the delta varian. So where is this headed. I mean are things just going to go from bad to worse it again. Yes that's what everyone is wondering right. You know every parent in america's holding their breath hoping their kids are going to stay in school every workers wondering what's going to happen with their jobs and you know there is a glimmer of hope actually looks like the surge may have hit a peak and could be finally starting to subside at least for
Arizona Becomes First State to Sue Biden Administration Over Vaccine Mandates
"Is now the first state to sue the biden administration over cove nineteen vaccine mandates. Remember as part of a larger plan to fight the pandemic and the delta variants the white house announced a new mandate coming soon. It says all companies with one hundred or more employees must require workers either be vaccinated or get weekly kovic testing businesses. That don't could face thousands of dollars in fines. Well arizona's attorney general calls that unconstitutional and filed the lawsuit. He argues the plan discriminates against us citizens since undocumented migrants detained at the border are not required to get vaccinated other republicans have also questioned. The legality of such a massive medical mandate for now at least president biden is not backing down. He met with top execs. From companies like microsoft disney and walgreens. It was an effort to highlight companies. Who have already required employees get vaccinated and some were workers. Get the shots because of it
Spending in China Rose Despite Delta Variant
"Chinese consumers have been buying more goods but at a far slower rate than expected. There's news today. That retail sales in china for august increased by only two and a half percent compared to a year earlier forecasters expected. That number will be much higher. Maybe up by seven percent officials attributed this to the aftermath of a flood but also the highly infectious delta variant of corona vires.
18 of 20 Gorillas at Atlanta’s Zoo Have Contracted COVID
"Cope with nineteen continues to spread rapidly in the US and its not just among humans Z. would lettuces all but two of its twenty guerrillas have tested positive for covert nineteen the primates were tested last week after workers noticed they were coughing had runny noses and changes in appetite in some it's the delta variant zoo officials say they believe a guerrilla caretaker who was vaccinated and didn't realize she was infected pass the virus to the animals the zoo says it's using monoclonal antibodies to treat the guerrillas at risk of developing complications the outbreak occurred just before she would lanta could obtain a veterinary vaccination for the animals eight guerrillas were successfully treated in San Diego in January I'm Jackie Quinn
COVID-19 Cases Climbing, Wiping out Months of Progress
"Covert nineteen deaths and cases in the U. S. have climbed back to where they were over the winter wiping out months of progress the U. S. is averaging over eighteen hundred covert nineteen deaths a day the highest since early March along with one hundred and seventy thousand new cases per day that's the highest since late January and both figures have been on the rise over the past two weeks the case is driven by the delta very and combined with resistance among some Americans to get vaccinated are concentrated mostly in the south well one time hot spots like Florida and Louisiana or improving infection rates are soaring in Kentucky Georgia and Tennessee fueled by children now back in school loose mass restrictions and low vaccination levels actually after
US: What to Expect in the Latest Monthly Inflation Report
"Federal government will release. Its latest monthly report on inflation today. Npr's scott horsely reports. This will be the consumer price index report for august a couple of things to watch for in today's report First off is the overall rate of inflation is going up or is it leveling off but we'll also looking at what's getting more expensive and what if anything is getting cheaper. You know lumber prices have come down from their peak in the spring we expect to see falling prices for us cars as well in addition because the delta variant people aren't traveling or going out as much so we could see drop in the price of things like rental cars and concert
What We Know About Breakthrough Infections and Long COVID
"Everybody emily kwong here with npr. Science correspondent rob stein. Hey rob hey there emily. Hey so today. We're checking in on covert long haulers. These are folks with cova symptoms that last weeks or months or folks who are getting better but suddenly new symptoms emerge and rob. Nowadays doctors are starting to describe this condition as long cove. it right. that's right that's right. it's not a really well defined well understood condition but they can show and people with even mild symptoms. And i wanted to take a look into whether it's also a word for people who get covert after they get vaccinated the so called breakthrough infections. Yeah it's a good question. So people getting coded. Despite the vaccine is pretty rare. The symptoms are usually mild. But we're learning that sometimes even the mild cases can make you feel pretty bad for a few days right. Yeah so you know. Mild cases can make you feel pretty crummy. There's a big variation in what's considered a mild case. And you know one hundred seventy eight million people are now fully vaccinated in the us. As of september twelfth the centers for disease control prevention says more than fourteen thousand fully vaccinate. People have been hospitalized or died from breakthrough infections. But the agency. Doesn't keep a running tally of a symptomatic or mild breakthroughs nationally which have been increasing during the delta surge. But you know it's really important to emphasize that far fewer of these cases resulted hospitalizations or deaths. The vaccines are highly effective at doing the most important thing keeping people out of the hospital and developing lethal symptoms nonetheless researchers are concerned that even mild cases including cases that come after vaccination may result in lingering symptoms right. Lingering symptoms aka long
Two Top FDA Officials Resigned Over the Biden's Booster Shot Plan
"Now we've been talking Are hearing talk about booster shots. Get the booster shot, get the booster shot and then suddenly, two of the most senior people at the FDA resigned. And why did they resign because they felt they were being pressured by the Biden administration. To push booster shots before they felt The data was in before the science was ready to support it. It got very minimal media attention, and it died within 24 to 36 hours. Now The Associated Press this afternoon. With this headline. FDA experts among groups opposing US booster shot plan The average person doesn't need a covid 19 booster yet an international group of scientists Including two top U. S, regulators wrote Monday in a scientific journal. The experts reviewed studies of the vaccines performance and concluded the shots are working well despite the trick, contagious Delta variant, especially against severe disease. Even in populations with fairly high vaccination rates. The unvaccinated are still the major drivers of transmission at the stage of the pandemic, they concluded. So right now they're arguing. No, You don't need boosters yet. Uh, so the federal government is saying two things at the same time. You have these FDA experts among groups opposing US booster shot plans. You have the Biden ministrations trying to push the date for booster shots up early. You have Fauci on TV, and we'll take both positions. At the same time. You now finally had people on our favorite cable network and elsewhere. Talking about? What do we mean by unvaccinated? What about natural immunity people who actually have anti bodies? Why would they be vaccinated again?
"american delta" Discussed on The Lead
"How did they go about that process. Basically it was all hands on deck. They told one person all right. Organize five hundred meals for the next few days. They told another person. Hey we need to charter. Flights one for the players and all the staff members and one for their families. They called the players in and they said go. Gather your things. Gather your kids your family members if you wanna take your sister-in-law your mother-in-law whoever needs to be with you bring them and we will get them on this plane and then obviously they had to go secure a hotel which is never easy in the first place for a typical. Nfl game. but you're talking. Two hundred eighty people in some players and their families needed more than one room and not only that they needed buses to go to and from the airport in new orleans to and from the airport and dallas and then to practice every day. They've taken their operation on the road before many times. But they haven't had something of this quickness in this magnitude probably since hurricane katrina in two thousand five and catherine you also wrote about a pretty unique situation that the saints faced when they were trying to charter a flight. Can you tell us about that. So the saints usually charter flights from united to go to and from their away games during the season so that was the first company they called and it was not easy for a couple of reasons because one they had to convince united to fly their planes into the direction of a hurricane and then they had a really interesting and unique problem in that the united fleet or a large portion of the united fleet is being used by the government to transport refugees. Afghanistan order the commercial airlines. We're talking the ones you fly everyday. American delta united a hawaiian airlines and others eighteen of their aircraft will be called into service to actually fly american evacuees as well as afghan allies being bright out of the country so they didn't have the amount of available planes that they normally have around four pm the time that the saints took off. They were cancelling flights left and right. They're actually people stranded up in new orleans airport because they could not get a flight out of the city on saturday and sunday. Saints general manager. Mickey loomis who actually is one of the few holdovers from hurricane katrina as one of the only things that he worked about. He says he remembers sitting there and thinking. I just hope the plane comes into. What was this sudden decision to move out of new orleans like for some of the players on the team and their family members would have some of them had to say about that experience. It was a stressful time for a lot of them. A saint's linebacker tomorrow. Davis has a pregnant wife. Who's doing october. My wife is due october. Two seven and so. How far can she fly or how close she to what she can't. She's a no-fly zone but also we have family mississippi. Both parents they mississippi. So you know. Was it load up and send in to mississippi. Oh was it. bring them with me. Sometimes hurricanes do take a turn and their path is a little different than originally anticipated. So you don't always know if you're about to put someone in harm's way. And then cam jordan also brought his children in his way and he flew back to new orleans for a day. And you didn't have power. You didn't have a generator and you know. He had damaged as well. The greatest thing that i can hold is that my family is safe. I know for sure from the pictures. I've seen this morning. Our house is gonna need some immediate attention but as materialistic. I can say we're all in good health. We were saying for the storm. I think that all of the saints players and staff understand that as far as their situation goes it is a lot better than than the situation of many new orleans so they've been sure to reiterate we don't we don't have it bad. We're staying in a hotel. We're taking care of for so many other people you know. I've had friends that that. Try to drive memphis to houston to the surrounding areas. Understand the gridlock traffic. That faced understand that. You know we're gonna come back in. Some houses are going to be more.
"american delta" Discussed on NPR News Now
"I'm janine herbst. President biden today reiterated that any american in afghanistan who wants to get home. We'll get home in an address from the white house. Biden says the. Us continues to make progress on evacuations and says eleven thousand people were evacuated this weekend. There is no way to evacuate this. Many people without pain and loss heartbreaking images. You see television. it's just a fact. My heart aches for those things. Those people you see. We are approving that we can move thousands of people a day out of couple. This has thousands desperately tried to leave the country and face chaos and dangerous. They tried to get to the kabul airport. Meanwhile the pentagon says that we using six us commercial airlines to help with the ongoing evacuation effort. Npr's greg myrie reports. The move is intended to ease. The bottleneck as thousands of evacuees are flown out of afghanistan and reach other countries. The pentagon said in a statement that the six commercial airlines will not fly into afghanistan. Where the scene at the kabul airport remains chaotic but they will help with evacuees who have already been flown out of afghanistan the evacuees number in the thousands and are straining the resources that the airbases where they are now staying in qatar in germany the six airlines which will each provide three aircraft are american delta united hawaiian omni and atlas air. This marks just the third time. The pentagon has invoked the program known as the civil reserve air fleet. And the first time since the iraq war in two thousand and three.
"american delta" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Is now saying there will be no spectators allowed at the olympics so after the open here five minutes after the open this morning the dow industrial average was down five hundred futures trading earlier now astound three hundred fifty. That's right in about one percent. Thirty four thousand three twenty six. The s&p down one point two after a record high yesterday. Forty four thousand three hundred and five and the nasdaq down one and a half percent two hundred and eighteen points now to twenty one at fourteen thousand four forty three the losses this morning led by shares in companies that would benefit from an economic comeback. Carnival royal caribbean american delta airlines boeing. Lowe's home depot chip stocks invidia micron qualcomm intel share's down as their profitability would decline as interest rates drop and interest rates are dropping yield on the. Us treasury started july at one point five eight percent this morning. it's at one point. Two nine the lowest since february some analysts have said this morning the drop in yield of us treasury represents global grab for yield prompted by fear that the stock market may see a five percent pullback before a second quarter earnings reports. Start coming out. And that's mid to late next week and the week after and now we be a totally normal thing for the market it would indeed be a healthy thing for the market unemployment claims in the latest reporting week. Rose two thousand three hundred seventy three thousand not far from analysts estimate of three hundred fifty thousand west texas intermediate crude oil. Seventy one eighty two a barrel and brent crude oil the World price benchmark seventy three dollars and twenty four cents a barrel about those. Sorry if i don't take grass Those weekly unemployment claims. Yeah yeah we kind of put that into perspective. Well they've been working lower back toward the range a normal range which was in two hundred and fifty thousand a week up to three hundred thousand a week not far away from that. They dropped at three hundred and fifty thousand last week this week. They up to three hundred seventy three. So they'll vary they were. The economists were forecasting three hundred and fifty. But they're still there. They're you up down back down to write the the level that they were at before the pandemic which was two fifty to three hundred thousand. All right. my facebook questioned d'izoard. Do you believe as a majority of us do that. There is intelligent alien life on other planets as according to pew research study about sixty five percent of those surveyed said yes they think there is an even stronger majority of about eighty seven percent. Said they don't believe ufo's our security threat at all or only represent a minor. One i go back to mars attacks this as many of us do believe in aliens and we really do think they come in peace. Remember mars attacks. Do not be afraid. We come in peace and they just blew everything up. I believe there is life elsewhere. How could there not be I think most physicists agree just look at the odds are actually some physicists. That say the reason we haven't had contact from life..
"american delta" Discussed on KOMO
"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville We're hearing from some of the cops caught up in last week's deadly pro trump insurrection of the U. S. Capitol. Guys were like grabbing here off my vest, and they ripped my badge from me and people were trying to grab my gun. Washington D. C. Metropolitan Police officer Michael Flynn on a 40 year old father of four, says he pleaded for his life. I remember guys chanting like killing with his own gun. Um, I thought about killing people. President elect Biden took to the airwaves to announce a nearly $2 trillion pandemic relief measure. It includes bumping the direct payment to $2000, but it does not include student loan forgiveness. Trying to ward off trouble that next week's inauguration, United American Delta and Alaska Airlines of all band firearms and check luggage on flights into and out of the Washington D. C area. Passengers will be able to change their flights without charge and without any affair differential. Richard can too. ABC News Comeau News, 1000 FM, 97 7 Companies time 9 31 Art Sanders Top local stories from the Kobo 24 7 News Center. Mutations are variants of the Corona virus could be a fly in the ointment for any predictions or hope of life, starting to return to normal by summer. Dr Ali Meqdad with UW's Institute for Health Metrics, Evaluation, says. The new projections show covert cases peeking in a few weeks. Meqdad says the projections assume vaccines of 95% effective in that cove. It variants that reduced that also change the projection that this violence because there are so many infections that I know all over the world, giving a chance from this virus to mutate. And we need to be extra careful right now not to allow it to me. Dave this week is also the first time the institute's projections go out to May 1st. They show Washington's death total. Up by about 450 to almost 8500. By May 1st the U. S death total actually goes down by about 500 but is still in nearly 567,000. State Health Department and governor initially are coming under fire for the continued slow rollout of the covert 19 vaccine. Almost Keith Eldridge got the latest from state secretary of Health Doctor Umair Shah says it's going to start to handing out doses for that next group in just a matter of days at a time when it really hasn't been able to keep up with the current group, 624,975 doses delivered But only 1 2660 doses have been administered. That's 32% and all agree that's way too low. I'm committed to ensuring that we do things better. We do things right, and we do things quickly. That is my continued commitment. Now, the state says it's going to move to the next phase. It's called Phase one being the next few days rather than wait until the end of the month. That includes those 70 and older and those 50 and older in intergenerational families. Latest numbers and state Department of Health showed 2729 Mork cases of covert 19, bringing the total to more than 986,876 people have died since the pandemic began. It's an increase of 38, the union that represents thousands of grocery store workers demonstrated into coma today, demanding that employers doom or to keep them safe during the pandemic come Oh Soo Romero has the story. The United Food and Commercial Workers local 3 67, which represents 8000 employees,.
"american delta" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Is taking a hard line against people not wearing a mask. A B C's Alex Stone has the latest, Yes. So the goal is to prevent a repeat of what unfolded last week where people were flying in and out of D. C and they got very rowdy on board flights. I mean, listen to this. Imagine being on that plane. There were chants Syria! Then people were harassing other passengers. Somebody was projecting a trump 2020 logo onto the ceiling of that Boeing 7 37 that you know others were going. Look, I'm just trying to watch a movie or I'm just trying to sleep and Evil are are chanting a little bit more of that your flight attendants getting involved in his name. He just threatened. All of us know I'm talking to you with the I'll have a seat. Please now have a seat. Now, she says. So. Now airlines are banding together and had to prevent trouble next week. American Airlines not serving alcohol onboard flight, say amount of D C through the inauguration. And now a bunch of airlines started with Delta. But now United American Delta, Alaska, they're banning guns from checked the luggage on the flights to the D. C area. You know, normally you'd be able to have it in case you'd be able to put it in the belly of the plane. But not if you're going into D. C for the next week, and Bastian, the CEO of Delta, saying, they feel like they got to do. One thing we're going to do is work on Lee too. Not allow anyone to check a firearm into any of the Metro D C airports starting this weekend and carrying it through the next week. Unless you have you are long force mint in your authorized to be to be carrying when he was on CNBC today, and then Alaska Airlines going even beyond that almost post 9 11 type roles that if you're flying into D, c. You've got to be seated for an hour before you land If you're flying out You've got to be seated for an hour after you take off flight crews are gonna be staying outside of hotels outside of Washington. So, ah lot going on the airlines, saying they're trying to calm it down on board. Try to calm it down on the ground with the gun rules for people aren't flying guns in. If they're not law enforcement lot going on cash. I'll say Alex, and you know this is all. In addition, of course, to all
"american delta" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Have already started furloughing tens of thousands of employees. Let's bring in here and now transportation analyst Seth Kaplan. Set, the White House said today it will begin discussing potential standalone relief bills, including one for the airline industry. Do we know what's being talked about? And would it be enough to stop these furloughs at the airlines? Well, President, Trump indicated in his tweet that he would support the $25 billion in aid that airlines were asking for are obviously we don't know yet what a new deal would look like. But the deal there was that they would get all that money in exchange for not following those workers for another long period of time here, just like they did the first time, so that's presumably what this deal would look like. Two. If it's something like that airlines getting a whole lot of aid in exchange for Not furloughing employees, something short of that they would probably take the position that is not enough to avoid the furloughs. Well, and it's not just for lows. The airlines have been having to deal with a lot because of the pandemic checkpoint. Data from the Transportation Security Administration shows there hasn't been a day with a million air travelers since March. And the Big U. S. Airlines. United, American Delta and Southwest have been relying less on routes in and out of there major hubs to make up for that. What else have they been doing to adapt? Yeah, for perspective, As he said, not a million travelers. A typical day would be somewhere between two and three million. In normal times, a quiet day would be two million. Now a busy day is less than one million. A cz You said cutting flights at hubs, and this is interesting kind of reversing the trend. In recent years, a lot of airlines had sort of been retreating to their Hubbs. There's network airlines focusing on those monster hubs like Atlanta. Now they're trying to adapt to where? What little demand that there is is by which I mean leisure demand, not auto business travel, not a lot of conferences. But if the price is right people still we'll get out of flights to Florida leisure destinations like that. And so some of these airlines are flying point to point flights over flying as they call it those hubs. Between cities where the people are originating to the places where they want to go. And we're not talking not just about the leisure airlines like spirit that often do that kind of thing. And what about international United is restarting nonstop service to China, With four weekly Friday flights from San Francisco to Shanghai. They're also resuming flights to at least 30 international destinations in November. Is anyone going to buy tickets for those if Corona virus is still out of control? Well, somebody will, and that's what this is about. You know, If you go back to April, it was almost literally true to say nobody wanted to fly now, no question to me and this far, far lower than where it was. But there's a certain level of demand. There are people everywhere who need to travel between the US and China. So if airlines air flying just a fraction of what they used to fly, even though just a fraction of the people, you start a fire flying, they can fill those flights similar to Jerry's, and people mentioned to me, you know, they've looked at Thanksgiving flights and fairs are surprisingly high. People say wire fears. I have almost nobody wants to travel in the answer there, too, is well, yeah, I mean, there's still question Thanksgiving is going to be very quiet compared to a normal Thanksgiving. But if airlines also just fly a lot less than supply demand, economics tells you that you can get back to where affairs are surprisingly.
"american delta" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of it is what we call the duopoly, comparing our political system to something like Coke and Pepsi. That can't be right, Can it? No, Porter says it's worse than that. Coke and Pepsi don't control their market nearly as fully as the Republicans and Democrats Dio, so you see, even in soft drinks. We have a lot of new competitors, even though coca perhaps here so big they don't truly dominate. Indeed, Coke and Pepsi only control about 70% of the soft drink market least they've got the Dr Pepper Snapple alliance to worry about, whereas Republicans and Democrats You can take all the libertarians and independence. The Green Party Working Families Party, the American Delta Party, the United States Pirate Party, which is a real thing, you add them all together, and they're not even close to Dr Pepper. For decades. We've been hearing from both sides of the aisle that Washington is broken. Washington is broken. Washington is totally broken this system Is broken. It's not working. Washington is not working. Washington right now is broken. Mr Speaker, Washington is broken. But what if the Washington has broken idea is just a line to teach the world even a slogan that the industry approves? What if they're just selling and we're buying. What if it's not broken at all? The core idea here is that Washington isn't broken. In fact, it turns out that Washington is doing exactly what it's designed to Dio..
"american delta" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Airlines is eliminating change fees for customers who booked change or cancel their travel plans for tickets purchased for travel within the U. S. It comes shortly after United permanently dropped its change fees for domestic flights. Are we seeing a price war? Delta's CEO at bashed and telling CNBC no. They just need bodies on planes. I wouldn't call it a price war We announced late last year at our investor day that we were re examining all of our customer policies. The particular I am eliminating those that we're seeing by our customers as punitive. And I mentioned that also when I when I spoke to see yes earlier this year, so this's a path we were on. I think it's the right move by United and we're pleased to confirm that we're staying on the path that will be eliminating those who have eliminated those since they don't know they're not inspect currently and won't be coming back into effect. Once we get outside this year, they won't ever come back. And I mean, how long is that promise? Once we're into 2020 were a limit work. I'm sorry to be clear. We're eliminating them. They're not in effect currently. And when the period of time that they we had already previously announced they weren't going to come in effect. They're not coming back into effect next year, so they're effectively eliminated from this point forward. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said that they're looking at drafting an executive order that would prevent more airline layoffs or furloughs to get money to the airlines. What can you tell us about that? Have you had conversations about it with the White House? Cause you know, Sarah, the first cares Act was really successful for the industry. It held all the jobs for people gave us time to get our bearings following the pandemic in the initial days of it. And as we're coming up on the end of the first cares Act period as September 30th. It'd be a great opportunity across not just the White House that administration across The across the hill to ensure that their line workersjobs are protected for the next six months and, in turn, continue with the payroll support assistance that they provided us the first extension. I don't know the whether it's going to be in the form of an executive order or legislation or if it happens at all, but certainly anything that is put in place to protect workers jobs on the support of 30 days left dead until that moment is reached. Are you planning for the worst on if if that does materialized, What does it mean for the Delta? How many laughs? Well, we don't know if it's gonna happen, so we have to Assume it's not gonna happen. And then if it does happen, we'll hold course correct. The only work group right now that we believe we would have for lows in would be. Unfortunately, our pilots were working with them, hoping to avoid them. Meanwhile, people have been barking at buying tickets during the pandemic. Guys, travel restrictions and fear of getting sick have kept people from tthe Hier.
"american delta" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Tuesday morning, September the first and for today, Mr Sun and Clouds and the Sticky Stuff stays low high 74 degrees and for tomorrow's Storm team, 10 meteorologist Christina Ernie says, You gotta feel the sticky stuff starting to increase. Mostly cloudy chance of showers tomorrow. Still cool for this time of the 74. We should be back into the eighties come Thursday and Friday with sticky stuff. But right now a rather comfortable and almost chili 62 degrees. Getting Amazon package is delivered by drone took a big step closer to reality yesterday when the Federal Aviation Administration said that it had given the company approval to deliver packages by drones. But you won't be looking to the sky for your Amazon delivery. Just yet. Amazon called the FAA approval on important step, but it's said it's still testing. I hope so. The flying drones. And didn't say one expensive start. Actually making drone delivery is just a step closer. Amazon unveiled self piloting electric drones last year's You recall that can carry up to £5 and would be able to drop packages in a backyard by boom, saying that they're meant to deliver in 30 minutes. Amazon actually isn't the first company to get FAA approval for drone delivery with both UPS and a company owned by Google getting the okay last year, so Amazon gets the F A a approval to deliver packages by drone, but they're still Musha work to begin to be done before you start getting your packages dropped into your backyard. One day after you're not an airline's dropped most ticket change fees for domestic flights. Delta Airlines and American Airlines followed suit. And did the same thing ending that $200 change fee, which really irked a lot of people. Since Southwest Airlines has never charged ticket change fees. The four biggest U. S carriers now have similar policies. Delta and Americans say they have permanently eliminated change fees. Yeah, right for all domestic flights for premium and most economy fares, except for the lowest fare, they call that the basic economy fare. Ending. The fee comes as airlines, which is suffering big time financially amid the pandemic, trying to get people to return to flying. It's back to about 30% now capacity. In terms of the major air carriers. It was down what almost 95% at the peak of the epidemic, but still there's a big problem with the number of passengers and that's why they're eliminating these fees. Get with the baggage fees to that'll get people to move forward. US on Monday past six million confirmed Corona virus cases with Johns Hopkins University's count at more than 6,030,000 as of early this morning with more than 183,500 dead. As the pandemic continues to drag on Whitehouse Cora, a Corona virus task force coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes, warning that Americans can't let their guard down. She continues to urge Americans to follow the guidelines, emphasizing that it's particularly key if they're concerned about making sure economy stay open, saying Right now we gained freedom through wearing our masks and socially distancing and you know the rest of the drill. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, getting a lot of pushback for threatening to shut down Orthodox Jewish weddings for violating Corona virus regulations. Here's Fox is Gary Bomb Garden. Americans against anti Semitism foundered off Hiken agrees that large gatherings should not be permitted but blast the governor for singling out Orthodox Jews, he says it's duplicitous to target Jewish weddings while permitting protests. You wanted chicken tired of these clowns, I mean it the double standard. The hypocrisy, the dishonest, the politics, pure, unadulterated politics. He warns that making an example of Jews Khun Service fuel to anti Semitic fires and put identifiably Jewish people at risk. Gary Baumgarten fucks new 7 50 to the roadways would go once again to check in with Jackie Murphy. This report brought to us by compassion International. Be aware of a breakdown blocking the shoulder on 1 46 north at Twin River Road..
"american delta" Discussed on AP News
"Be perfect to get the job. I don't want to be. Thompson quit coaching in 1999 John Thompson was 78. Australia recorded its deadliest day of the Corona virus pandemic. Today, the government urge hot spot Victoria State to announce plans to lift the lock down on the country's second largest city. Democrats are looking for ways to force the Trump administration to continue briefing Congress in person about foreign attempts to interfere in the November election. The plan is to inform Congress in writing. This is AP News. A lawyer for families of victims of the crash of a Malaysian Airlines flight that went down in Ukraine in 2014 say they want justice they want damages. Lawyer Olof Shines spoke at the resumption off the Dutch trial in absentia off three Russians and Ukrainian challenge with offenses including mass murder for their alleged involvement in the downing off the plane. She urged the court not to lose sight of the suffering of the hundreds of people who lost their loved ones as she addressed the judges on legal questions linked to families rights to claim damages. It's not yet clear how many families will submit compensation requests at a trial or how much they will want to claim. I'm Charles Dillon, asthma. Thousands of passengers were trapped overnight on high speed TGV trains stopped by electrical problems in southwestern France. Some passengers were pleading for water, food and even fresh air while trying to practice social distancing. I'm a Donahue. AP News CORONA VIRUS Update. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News MINUTE the Corona virus cratered airline travel Now United Airlines says it has listened to its customers, and it's dropping a controversial $200 fee for most people who change a ticket for travel within the U. S. The airline also says starting January, customers can fly standby for free, no matter what kind of ticket they bought. United's move will put pressure on American Airlines and Delta to drop their change fees also $200 on domestic travel. The moves come as United and other carriers are desperately trying to lure people back to fly, which has dropped sharply during the pandemic. Airlines are cutting flights and cutting jobs in a bid to survive until air travel recovers. I'm Julie Walker. Almost 847,000. People around the world have died from the corona virus about 183,000 of them here in the U. S. I'm Rita Foley. Lawyer. Olof shines spoke at the resumption off the Dutch trial in absentia off three Russians and Ukrainian challenge with offenses. Including mass murder for their alleged involvement in the downing off the plane. She urged the court not to lose sight of the suffering of the hundreds of people who lost their loved ones as she addressed the judges on legal questions linked to families rights to claim damages. It's not yet clear how many families will submit compensation requests at a trial or how much They will want to claim I'm Charles. Asthma AP News I.
"american delta" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast
"To conditions at the airport clearances for wingtips even taxiways? I'm sure both of you. The rest of you listening are familiar that several wing strikes have happened with other airplanes will taxing around in and around the Goria so there are a lot of challenges is that Laguardia brings to even you're moving the airplane and of course before you even get to the airport but definitely not my least favorite. I have really enjoyed the hand. Flying Aspects of the expressway visual approach approach to runway three one is is a pilot favorite because we really have to hone your skills and operate the airplane in an old school way but still clearly in a safe manner but in terms of operating operating which airport I don't like operating into that's tough. I don't know if I have nothing really comes to mind right away. I might say the Detroit operation can be sometimes a little a bit frustrating from the pilots side mostly due to the delta ramp operations over the McNamara terminal on the south end of a gates right around the <unk> Alpha one two and three. There's about three different ramp frequencies that we have to contact for Oh. I don't know about one hundred feet worth of pavement so that could get a little bit tricky sometimes trying to figure out exactly who to talk to who just ends up referring to the next person and it feels like you're getting the run around from eighteen or something so I guess lastly elite what's next. What aircraft would you want to transition to or you? WanNa find the e one seventy five. Maybe the E to one day forever. That's a great question is well so the company. I'm currently working for. We only actually have the number one seventy one seventy five in our fleet then we have over one hundred ninety of them with a hundred more on order better than an option for one hundred more on top of that so if I do decide to stay where I currently unemployed offer the long-term then I'll I will be flying this airplane for quite a while while which is not a bad thing. It's a great airplane like said with that being said I do hope to get on like a lot of other regional violence in the United States. I do hope to be able to get onto unquote mainline carrier carrier an airline like United American Delta or even jetblue where it could be based in New York a hopefully ad fly something a little bit larger a little bit more comfortable the cockpit and most importantly in terms of the job market hopefully more stable career. That's not subject to the ebbs and flows of the regional industry as much and then try make that translate into into a better paycheck Donald <unk> retirement so generally speaking in terms of an actual airplane that I would love to fly. I'm not really too picky. I've always enjoyed the the seven fifty seven mm seven sixty seven nine series airplane. I think it's always been a neat airplane. I do like that. It's Kinda loud. I was in a dream ladder. Jump seat yesterday and I couldn't believe how quiet it was. It was actually a little bit the disappointing upfront of four hundred fifty thousand pound plus airplane at its. It's seems like you're just able to whisper to the people next to you. So it is He's a captain now. Congratulations thank with a major regional airline in the United States and he can be found on the twitter's twitter's at string and rudder so go check them out there and Joseph. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you very much tonight. One other thing I wanted to add just quickly is that that might my handle string and rudder comes from from a book that that some other pilots may know a stick and rather.
"american delta" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Welcome back to fast apple here close to the highs of the after hours session up by four and a third percent here the research is starting to come out wedbush just publishing genius this this quarter guidance is a major feather in the cap for the Bulls and should drive the stock to new highs over the coming months despite many peers yelling fire in a crowded theatre on the name over the past past few months. We'll see if this holds here but again Chris you said above to fifteen above that was the big level you're going to challenge the two thirty three highs and we want to own it there. I think the two things people under appreciate the balance sheet in the ability of what they can do on the financial side and I'll go back. They'll say it again my Disney Metaphor we we knew news streaming was coming and yet it took actually for certain fall through to actually see this go to the next level I think with Disney and services Disney with apple and services the multiple needs to go higher all right it is time now for the final score round warned him to continue this story. I do think it seventeen times. You've got a two hundred forty dollars doc right now. Take Christmas technicals and say above to fifteen goes higher Chris Brown. I WanNa Oh gee it's ten and change. I think it's on the Twelfth Baron Feinerman yes I the airlines owned but American Airlines has been the laggard out of the bunch American Delta United and you know obviously the seven thirty seven Max is somewhat problematic but it's not the end of the world year and yet it's priced like like things are really bad travelers still there sooners their American Airlines Mel remember the stock draft. Noah syndergaard was a and you're GONNA love rate in Yankee pinstripes my question to you before final trade is for a met this time tomorrow yes or no Melissa Yes yes. The S._e._C. is tests and after earning up reports more bell goes higher back after Mar five from our fast mad money on a street begins right now at fidelity you get value. You won't find anywhere else decisions. They're clear costs. They're lower than.
"american delta" Discussed on Slate Money
"Or even today. I guess if you buy an ally, I didn't know what happens today, I'm very confused about how how ticketing today but the day when people buying Ellen tickets travel agencies. There was a huge degree of passively. The Ellen's didn't really know who was sitting in those seats with those tickets and had no ability to communicate with those individuals directly and the idea of a frequent flyer on. But was that the travel agent would just like right down the frequent flyer number along with the ticketing request. Or maybe it would happen. The gay. And then that would allow the headline to know exactly who was in that seat and to communicate with that person directly in the way that they weren't able to do hitherto. There's also another story that's tied to this this opacity that you're talking about in that is in the in the initial reservation systems. The airlines did not know what fair was paid by the customer when a book through a travel agent. They eventually did know probably weeks or months later when the actual paper ticket was processed that that process was called revenue accounting, and so very bizarre in complicated. Art, so why we have miles is testimony to that difficulty of capturing what the customer hit paid for the ticket. So the airline said, you know, when someone books reservation originally, we did not know what they paid in. They said, well, what do we know about them? Well, we know where they get on the airplane. We know where they get off. Oh, what's that tied to let's tied two miles. And so that's why we have miles for frequent flyer programs as opposed to points. And if you look at you know, the rest of the world into of loyalty, it's always based upon spend. It's only in the airline business that we have this rather bizarre situation in which it's based upon distance which today bears little resemblance to the value that customer have to the airline. Wow. This atavistic kind of holdover from from the days when everything had to get reconciled with pieces of paper. That's why we still talk about Ellen miles. And that's why people still think in terms of miles. Yeah. Yeah. And it's and it's and it's it the the system we believe that the system's going to eventually change to a revenue base system. What happens at many early? Today is very clunky. And one of the one of the most important things about a loyalty program is that when a meme when a member a member should know what their behavior world yield in terms of benefit. And if you go into a Starbucks, you use your your loyalty card, you have an idea of what the payback is in the airline business. It has become so Opik in terms of in in it, really reduces the loyalty effect, and that is you know, what you what you accrue. From a flight is tied to the booking class is tied to the distance is tied to multiple different things. So the airline industry over the course of time has tried to make this mileage based system more reflect the cash paid by customer in the in in doing so has really created a mess of it in. So you have programs such as southwest or JetBlue that clearly tie a cruel to the amount of money. Money spent by the customer and even with American delta United. Now, you see that a cruel is tied to what you're spending on the airline. So we believe at the the the rest of the world is going to eventually adopt us method of basing a cruel upon spending. Which then of course, removes emit with then it begs the question, why are these things called miles anymore and eventually that too will change? So that's the perfect segue for us to get into the other great way of accumulating mile, which is just using your credit card to pay for groceries. We'll come back to that. In a second. I started doing this. And I would talk about climate change. It was like another subject geology hydrology meteorology in it was well received and then at some point a politicized. What made climate change political was the most comprehensive longest running propaganda campaign in US history..
"american delta" Discussed on Slate Money
"Company consulting firm and one of the areas that we work with airlines worldwide is on the topic of loyalty marketing. So it's been a, you know, it's it's been a great ride, and I really enjoy. Working with these programs because they can be so so very creative creative. I like that would it's it's you know, I feel like creative is one of those words which which ACLU's multiple a multitude of sins, but I wanna get into into this idea. So I think I glance people look at what you call loyalty program and go well, yes loyalty program. What happens is if I use your product, if I if I fly on your airline a lot you'll give me little, you know, points these magical little things if I cumulative enough points, then that will get me status and upgrades and free flights and make me feel special, and and, you know, get me on the plane earlier, and all of these other wonderful things and that it will turn into a kind of edge cycle web points. Beget loyalty in loyalty, begets points. And then I just wind up flying on you. Your airline to the exclusion as much as I can anybody else's Ellen. And it just kind of works in a closed loop between the airline and the passenger is that how they started or they always really thought of as more of an actual financial profit center. I I don't think you need me for the show. I think he's nicely capsulated. What these programs are all about they you know, they've been around for more than thirty years. And they were originally designed to be nothing like what they are today. The very first programs were in the US and American delta United were among the first to to offer frequent flyer program, and they were offered by vacation. And they were only offered to those who had the the most amount of flying. And the reward structure was very similar of was very simple. It was only first class seats because. The airlines realized that they had excess capacity and first class in there is no capacity control. So if there is a first class seat available Uganda and eventually the programs grew in complexity in size where the did add economy class, but the big game changer for frequent flyer programs was the arrival of was the marriage of of credit card activity with a frequent flyer program. So give us some dates here. When did these things when do they move into Konami class? And then when did they become financialised thirty plus years ago these programs started, and then probably I would imagine twenty five years ago, the first credit cards began to show up, and that really changed the the financials of well, it, no it hit hit remade. Forever remade the financial relationships for these frequent flyer programs when when I consult with my airline clients. I I say the strongest the best programs. Are designed to rest on three on a three legged stool in the three legs are communication the loyalty effect in the cash generated by the program. The loyalty effect is what you've talked about ready..
"american delta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's five eight now, Bloomberg business news United Airlines focused on overseas. Traveler's. Delta and American had home field advantage historically United focused on the international market at the detriment of the domestic market saw these sites airline analyst at Raymond James financial says American and delta have almost twice the number of daily departures from their home bases. Dallas Fort Worth in Atlanta, then United has a cog O'Hare. But that's changing United has started connecting an additional fifty nine flights to its hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston and all three big legacy. Carriers are adding flights to smaller cities destinations where air fares are usually higher. One of the things that United American. Delta are trying to do is add frequency into a market. And when you add frequency, you might actually immolate more business all of that could mean good news for travellers sites says the increasing competition should increase options and lower prices. I'm Melissa parental. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. It's five oh nine with a deadline looming. We're getting mixed messages on efforts to avoid another immigration fuelled government shutdown. I'm Tom Foty. In addition to the border wall money that divides, Democrats and Republicans big time there are other immigration issues in play in the ongoing budget negotiations. Alabama Republican Senator Richard Shelby colleagues. A stalled right now, I'm hoping we can get off the dime because time's sticking away. Bottom line. Odds on avoiding shutdown version to out say fifty fifty we get a deal hope and pray. We do Senator Shelby there on Fox News Sunday. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. A Fall River apartment building is deemed uninhabitable because of mercury poisoning a man melting down what he thought was old silver dental fillings unleash the poisonous chemical this all began at the building on hamlet street and late January and the guy wound up in the hospital a few days later toxic levels of mercury were discovered. Only yesterday when EM. Recall to the building after a seventeen year old girl who lives there became ill. She tested positive for mercury and was taken to a hospital three pets in the building have died in the past few weeks. A local lawmaker files a Bill that would stop the state from doing business with China. WBZ's? Karyn regal reports orange line cars are partially made in China and assembled in Springfield. The company is owned by the Chinese government Norfolk state rep Shawn Dooley doesn't trust that company. Fact that we are allowing them to build something that's highly technical, and is critical to our infrastructure is kind of remarkable. It's great. We save twenty percent. But at what cost you know, we would never let the Chinese government build one of our fighter plane. You know, even though they gave us a twenty percent discount. It just doesn't make sense. The T says the new orange line equipment is safe. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio woman in New York. Gives new meaning to an old Wendy's commercial. Hey. Authorities say the woman got mad when she was told a restaurant in the Bronx popular for its Jamaican food ran out of hamburger, she left, but returned with a baseball bat and seen on surveillance video smashing out the windows of the place. Police are now looking for her. It's five eleven we turned out WBZ sports. The Celtics reportedly receiving some good news this afternoon after a series of tests on Kyrie Irving sprain. Right knee where it is. The injury is not considered serious, and it will simply be day-to-day going forward. He was injured midway through the second quarter of last night's loss to the clippers after the game Arcus Morris, rip the team saying they haven't had fun in a long time.
"american delta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Out of global airport, a mess, and it's all happening on a holiday weekend. Monday being Martin Luther King day, so many people trying to get out for a quick holiday trip or gunshot going to have major problems right now as I said Logan is busy. The good news is we're not seeing any cancelled flights today. But starting tomorrow the picture starts to change their at least twenty-six cancelled flights. All ready for Saturday Sunday is when the storm hits we're already seeing a handful of canceled flights on Sunday that number of course, will grow airlines are issuing waivers. So that people can reschedule their flights without those fees and penalties American delta southwest. United jet, blue, Alaska and frontier airlines are all waiving change fees. Were affected flights all throughout the north west and parts of the mid west as well. Reporting live at Logan airport. Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio here today at throughout the weekend on WBZ NewsRadio. As we follow. This. Developing storm a bombshell report on BuzzFeed to federal law enforcement officials tell the side President Trump directed his former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about the Moscow Trump Tower project BuzzFeed reports, Robert Muller's investigation has corroborated Cohen's claim through interviews with witnesses from the Trump organization company. Emails and other documents reportedly Trump directed Cohen to claim negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow ended months earlier than they actually did Cohen is cooperating with the Muller investigation. Sources say he has spoken with special counsel's office for more than seventy hours. Trump's current attorney Rudy Giuliani told CNN if. You believe Cohen. I can get you a great deal on the Brooklyn Bridge five thirty two now the patriots will be leaving tomorrow. Chiefs await them in Kansas City, the AFC championship and we bring in Adam Kaufman now and anticipation is building atom. Well, the patriots underdogs lease in the is Las Vegas topsy chiefs favored by three Sunday night. But it's Tom Brady said this week, you don't need extra motivation to get fired up for an AFC title game with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line eighth straight.
"american delta" Discussed on Travelogue
"Anywhere between fifteen and twenty five dollars, depending on how long your plate is. How popular the route is all that sort of stuff? So but only want to Barbara, no one knows more about jet. Blue book blue streak. Thomas. It's so significant that jet blue would be charged with the first check back because I think it's always stood upon a little bit from American delta United, whomever precise it. Yeah. That's that's really what sort of was there. Impetus to start up in. Well, almost twenty years ago was we are sort of the anti airline. You know, at that point is the big airlines, and they were bad, and they were just the didn't care about the customer. So they staked out that territory. However, when you staked out that's tough because you have to keep on living up to that. You know, you've put yourself out there is we're going to treat you more humanely. We're not gonna rip you off. But ultimately economic reality set in. I mean, you could look at you could flip it over completely. And you could also say it's amazing that they survived because the track record for start-up airlines is really pretty dismal. So yes to guarantee they can survive, you know, that they have to be aware of these things. And they did you know again that the legroom was another issue where they always. Carve that out literally I guess in the plane. They said we'll give you more legroom than they got some new planes, and they started fooling around a little bit with that. And now they're starting to look more like a regular airline with several classes of service. All the things that it felt like JetBlue the beginning JetBlue was more akin to south west. And now, it's drifting too on. The other flip side is that a lot of the more traditional sie carriers are seeing JetBlue success in certain areas. Even if it's being able to charge thirty dollars for bags. They know all this is working for them and their passengers aren't like jumping ship left. And right like, we can meet them. Exactly. And also have to point out that they're meant product is a category killer. I mean, it really is when they do things like that. They really did a great job you followed. I was gonna say jet blue. I wanna talk about something else on planes, Catherine talk to me about I think I'm going to say something quite controversial. But the emotional support animal rackets, I comp believe has gone on as long as it has. This was the year the people finally wound to allow to say that pet parrots was there to stop them. Trying to open the emergency door. During flight, right? Well, some airlines will still let you bring a parent on..