With governments urging their citizens to work from home as the coronavirus spreads, a large number of people are setting up offices in kitchens and living rooms around the world. That’s fine if you can work remotely, but what if your job requires you to transport hundreds of people in a metal tube seven miles above the ground?
Pilots, like myself, are currently in a state of limbo. With thousands of routes being cancelled and hundreds of aircraft grounded, most pilots have no idea when their next flight could be and are preparing for a future without a job. At the same time, we need to be ready to snap back into our safety-critical positions at the drop of a phone call.
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