Federal Aviation Administration suspends "slots" rule to prevent ghost flights during Covoid-19 pandemic

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that it would waive a rule regarding takeoff and landing rights until May 31. The rule requires airlines to use 80% of their allocated slots in order to keep them. The measure aims to counter ghost flights as many connections are cancelled due to the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.

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