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Airlines can’t cut corners over cash concerns

A fear of flying is one of the more common phobias there is. On virtually every commercial flight, there is a sizeable minority of the passengers gripping their armrests, twitching at engine noises, and exhaling in relief when the plane touches the ground.

17th March, 2019

A fear of flying is one of the more common phobias there is. On virtually every commercial flight, there is a sizeable minority of the passengers gripping their armrests, twitching at engine noises, and exhaling in relief when the plane touches the ground.

For all of that, flying is the safest form of travel there is. In 2017, for example, there were just two fatal crashes and 13 deaths worldwide, both of which were on...

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