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Old 03-25-2020, 02:13 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Al - you keep this up, and I'll have to open up a whole new Virgin frontier, and I really don't wish to go there. They never looked so good as before your lens, Doug
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Al - you keep this up, and I'll have to open up a whole new Virgin frontier, and I really don't wish to go there. They never looked so good as before your lens, Doug
Thanks Doug, appreciate it. I shall endeavour to take another look through my socially isolated lens tonorrow...
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Awesome pics Al. Sad circumstances.
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Just bought my 8th model this week JFox Capitalist Tool 727. When it was introduced several months ago, I had zero interest so now I find myself buying stuff out of boredom and just trying to keep the sanity.

Al great shots, I've read on the BA Source site that Bournemouth is piling up some BA and Virgin planes too. Shame its so far ..
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You are not going crazy. I was in TO a few years back. I am now a Maritimer! T7
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Those are spectacular photos! These photographs are the next best thing than actually being there IMO. Thank you so much for sharing them on this thread. T7
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:48 PM   #57 (permalink)
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This story just makes you shake your head??? Yeah, I have the virus so I will jump on my flight and infect healthy passengers; and those now infected passengers when they get to their destination/homes will also infect innocent people as well; and it goes on spreading!!

How sick Canadian travellers are masking COVID-19 symptoms to get through airport screening!

https://www.cbc.ca/news/investigates...ning-1.5508276

Canadians desperate to return home from abroad in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic are easily circumventing air travel screening aimed at preventing sick and infected passengers from boarding planes, CBC News has found.

Some are simply hiding symptoms from officials to ensure they can get back home.

CBC News has found a number of instances where sick travellers have boarded airplanes back to Canada, no matter the risks of spreading infection.

"Now is just the worst time to be coughing, sneezing or reporting any kind of symptom at an airport," said one university student in Toronto, who flew home from Spain on March 14. She admitted she purposely hid her symptoms and the fact she'd been suffering a fever hours before boarding the flight.

"It wasn't information you volunteered. So I just stayed quiet about it."

CBC has agreed to withhold her name to shield her from backlash, given that she travelled two days before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced anyone with symptoms would be barred from boarding return flights. Further, she was only officially diagnosed with COVID-19 after she got home, and public health officials are now tracking all of her contacts.

She said she wasn't sick when she bought her ticket, but developed a fever the day before her flight and took precautions to wear a mask and gloves on the plane to prevent the spread of any illness.

Although she didn't technically flout the rule set out by the government, her experience reflects that of many Canadians stuck abroad during the pandemic.

"My priority was just being able to get on the first flight back to Canada. You know, no matter what the consequences were," she said, citing pressure from her university, the Canadian government and family, who all implored her to come home.

Her case demonstrates just how weak Canada's screening of air travellers is, given it relies solely on voluntary reporting of symptoms.

Even the "enhanced screening" adopted in recent days amounts to a simple series of health questions put to air travellers and does not involve any physical detection, testing or thermal screening now being used in many other countries.

Temptation 'to lie'
Jane Salhani of Aurora, Ont., which is north of Toronto, flew home from Munich on Sunday aboard an Air Canada flight where an obviously sick traveller had passengers and attendants on edge.

"This one woman, she was wearing a mask. She coughed the entire nine hours. I mean, everybody on that flight was extremely unnerved by it," Salhani told CBC News. (Disclosure: Salhani is related to one of the authors of this article.)

Salhani recalled airline officials asking passengers whether they felt ill or had fever before boarding, but figured it isn't terribly effective in keeping sick people off planes.

"I'm sure the temptation is there to lie, because you want to get home to your own health system ... if you're not feeling well, right? You don't want to be stuck in a foreign country," she said.

Now at home in self-isolation with her husband, Salhani wondered whether airline and public health officials will be in touch about potential exposure. She noted the sick passenger was taken aside and interviewed on arrival at Toronto's Pearson Airport, as all arriving passengers were handed pamphlets instructing them to self-isolate for 14 days.

"I'm sure we got on that plane healthy," Salhani said. "I'm not sure we got off that plane healthy."

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The World Health Organization issued an advisory in mid-February calling on all countries to question all travellers about symptoms, and to implement "detection of ill travellers" at airports and border crossings to stem the COVID-19 outbreak.

Canada, facing criticism over a lack of screening both at international airports and upon arrival in Canada, imposed new orders to all airlines last Wednesday to prevent travellers with COVID-19 symptoms from boarding international flights to Canada.

But the "health check" imposed by Transport Canada — billed as "detection of ill travellers" — is a total honour system that simply requires airline staff to observe boarding passengers and ask them if they've felt ill or have had a fever.

Both Air Canada and WestJet said they have barred some passengers from boarding flights, but declined to say just how many.

CBC has spoken to many travellers who've recently returned to Canada who noticed the new questions posed when they boarded their flight homes.

Eugene Haslam, who flew home to Montreal from Paris on Sunday on Air Transat, said the airline had signs, overhead announcements and staff asking questions before boarding. But he acknowledged this approach will only work if travellers are honest.

He said that he understands the need to "act accordingly" and not put "others at risk," but acknowledged that other travellers think differently.

"A lot of people will say, 'Screw it! I don't care!' And that's where the problem lies," Haslam said.

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The situation has air crews and their unions calling for more safeguards to prevent sick travellers from boarding aircraft.

"We're being told daily that there are people coming back ill. [There are] people coming back, you know, wearing masks, protecting themselves, but they're still ill passengers," said Wesley Lesosky, president of the Air Canada Component of the Canadian Union of Public Employees.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:59 PM   #58 (permalink)
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Aryelle is no longer considered Essential. Her work closed for two weeks as of today. She is miserable.
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Thanks all, I took a quick spin over this morning for a quick spot of early 'self isolation' when I noted an unusual Aer Lingus aircraft. Aer Lingus operated the Glasgow-Dublin service for years with their own equipment, but for the last several years it's been an increased frequency service operated by Stobart (Aer Lingus Regional) with their ATR 72/42 fleet. Covid-19 concerns have seen that frequency reduced, so we are seeing the odd Aer Lingus jet again. First visit for the rugby livery too !






And what will be either the last or second last A310 service (unless Covid -19 extends its service by virtue of the fact the usual A330 is too big). Saturday coming is officially the last one but who knows now...?





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Old 03-26-2020, 10:22 AM   #60 (permalink)
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Nice shots! That Irish Airbus is looking smart!
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This is not normal. Glad the grocery store got busted/exposed by their price gouging on Lysol wipes!

Ontario premier slams high-end Toronto grocery store for selling $30 Lysol wipes

https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/ontario-p...ipes-1.4869065

In a statement, Pusateri’s called the issue a “mistake” and promised to issue full refunds to customers who purchased the product at the higher price point.

“Our stores are facing immense pressure on all levels of operation,” CEO Frank Luchetta said in a statement. “As a result of this mounting pressure, critical elements were overlooked including the incorrect pricing of this product.

“This was our mistake, our error, our oversight and we apologize to everyone
impacted.”

Translation = We thought nobody would notice our attempt to make an insane profit on 1 package of Lysol wipes! We were wrong and were busted for it!
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In regards to Pusateris. BS that was a mistake. When I worked Courier, they were one of the clients. Talk about obnoxious snobs, OMG is all I can say
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Guessing parking your huge motor home right next to the IGA grocery store was not a bright idea on the part of the snowbird returning from Florida! Maybe should have parked it a bit further away from the front door, or conceal it somewhere else while you went grocery shopping which was in direct violation of the self quarantine order by the govt.

Quebec grocery stores kick out returning snowbird not self-isolating despite mandatory COVID-19 quarantine

https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/quebec-g...tine-1.4869167

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One last visit before I run the risk of hijacking this thread. This morning saw the first appearance of a new livery Aer Lingus A320, again because of Covid-19 related ATR fleet down frequency. I think this was the first one repainted at livery launch, it's also now sporting a partial old livery cowling on the starboard engine.



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Keep them coming Al. Fantastic pictures.
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One last visit before I run the risk of hijacking this thread. This morning saw the first appearance of a new livery Aer Lingus A320, again because of Covid-19 related ATR fleet down frequency. I think this was the first one repainted at livery launch, it's also now sporting a partial old livery cowling on the starboard engine.
Yes, keep them coming. We all need distractions.
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Yes, keep them coming. We all need distractions.
Ok then, a few more from this morning, full social isolation in practice.

Some Tui fleet have joined the refugee camp now, 2x 738 and 1x 757.



Plus a closer look at 'Camp BA'







One or two other movements, not much going on really but Loganair are busy tending to their core lifeline routes around the Scottish Highlands and Islands. The Twin Otter here was bound for the famous beach land on the Isle of Barra.





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..... Went out this morning for a 1.7 mile (2.7 km) walk. Invigorating and the weather cooperated by not raining until I was back in the house.
..... In these times of inactivity it is quite important to get physical activity into your daily routine. Exercise also stimulates your immune system which can only be a good thing these days. If you don't want to walk, find something to get that pulse rate up. I have seen other walkers and people jogging. Just walk your dog rather than let it out in the yard... do good for both you and your dog. If you have home exercise equipment, dust it off and use them. Exercise also uses up time and is distracting.
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So, it's been in the news now but today is the first day for me of a reduced schedule at work.


We are doing Teams A/B/C. I was not good enough to make the cut for The A Team


5 days on followed by 10 days off. You're re-callable on all days. So hopefully this will help limit the spread.
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Ok then, a few more from this morning, full social isolation in practice.
Great pictures as usual Al....and a reminder of Scottish weather. Look at those stunning blue skies
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Lol typically the two most dismal days for weeks when I visited. It's been glorious ever since, but I'm staying home now. Apparently 3 Easyjets in storage have been mass corralled along with sister fleet elsewhere, down to Southend, today.
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..... In these times of inactivity it is quite important to get physical activity into your daily routine. Exercise also stimulates your immune system which can only be a good thing these days. If you don't want to walk, find something to get that pulse rate up. I have seen other walkers and people jogging. Just walk your dog rather than let it out in the yard... do good for both you and your dog. If you have home exercise equipment, dust it off and use them. Exercise also uses up time and is distracting.
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Really sound advice. I’m so grateful that we’ll be able to do activities like this here in semi-rural Queensland. Had we stayed in our small 1-bedroom apartment in Central London, things would have been quite different.
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Thanks for the great, but sad photos, and awesome to hear from people around the world what you are going through. It's great to stay connected in this way. I'm in rural Massachusetts and our town is virtually closed down, one restaurant left doing take out, and even the pizza parlor closed! and our small grocery store on limited hours. No sure how the local small businesses are going to recover from this. Quiet overhead these days for sure.
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Al - I'm of two minds about the airline industry. Not being a business oriented guy, I need to be careful here, but the industry had been gouging us pretty good with fares and extra fees, and here in the states, are looking at a $50 billion (how many zeros is that?) bailout. I'm sure some of those parked A380s will never return to active status, and some other types are being forced into early retirement. The industry is in a pickle, and some players will probably not survive. Not judging, just saying, Doug
I agree. Some of the smaller airlines will go, but what amuses me that here in the UK when Flybe asked for government help BA and Virgin whinged saying it would infringe the law and a few weeks down the line they're asking for the same. Bloody hypocrites.
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Georgia has closed all schools for the remainder of the academic year. Initially the individual systems closed, then it was by the Governor to close through April 1, then April 24 and today for the remainder of the year which I expected after the April 24 announcement.
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And Georgia will become shelter in place beginning Friday.
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I live within 12 miles of a normally very busy airport. We normally ‘enjoy’ an almost continuous daytime stream of aircraft ranging from ATR42s up to 747-800s. But not now. Apart from two or three wide body freighters a day, we don’t see or hear anything. Also very noticeable is the lack of contrail traffic over here. But we’re now treated to lots of beautiful bird song and overall peace and quiet instead. The whole thing still feels quite surreal.

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And Georgia will become shelter in place beginning Friday.
It's a matter of time before Ky does it too. Most of the companies we supply are off for 2 weeks to a month. You can only try to find stuff to do for so long. Will hit 800 maybe more positive cases by Friday I expect. Then the Gov needs to make a decision.
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It's a matter of time before Ky does it too. Most of the companies we supply are off for 2 weeks to a month. You can only try to find stuff to do for so long. Will hit 800 maybe more positive cases by Friday I expect. Then the Gov needs to make a decision.
My personal feeling about it is that shelter in place doesn’t really do any good. To me, it makes a lot more sense to target businesses that you want shutdown. It’s easier to go after a business that isn’t essential then it is to try to find out where every individual is going. There’s just not enough law enforcement to do that but I guess you’ll have the majority that will obey the law without supervision to do so.

I just think if you close down the place that people want to go then it naturally solves both sets of people.
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