Here’s What You Do With Two-Thirds of the World’s Jets When They Can’t Fly
Passenger aircraft, operated by Deutsche Lufthansa AG, sit grounded on the closed north west runway at Frankfurt Airport, operated by Fraport AG, in Frankfurt, Germany. (Photographer: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg)

Here’s What You Do With Two-Thirds of the World’s Jets When They Can’t Fly

(Bloomberg) -- The skies are eerily empty these days, presenting a new challenge for the world’s embattled airlines as they work to safeguard thousands of grounded planes parked wingtip to wingtip ...
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