Many of us remain homebound for the most part as stay-at-home orders stay in place and states slowly begin to ease restrictions. And many who have been lucky enough to continue working through this challenging time have found Zoom and other video or phone conferencing platforms to be the life blood of staying connected. Getting used to the technology hasn’t come easy to everybody though.
Though some retail stores are now open for curbside pickup, retailers both big and small are continuing to feel the pain of a pandemic-stalled economy and of health protocols that have shut down business.
It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on industry after industry across the country, and the airline industry is no different. As a recent piece in The Atlantic puts it, airlines could have it a bit worse because, unlike other industries that have been forced to close amid COVID-19, airlines are forced to continue operating.