Speculation Runs Wild About Why Airline Canceled Hundreds of Flights! VAXXIDENTS?

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Vaccidents are another option.

I’m not sure if we’ve settled on a spelling yet, but the word is a combination of the words “vaccine” and “accidents.”

It may have been coined by Clif High, who was the first person I heard use it, as far as I know.

The term is intended to depict the abrupt mass accidents that will begin to occur in society as a result of people becoming unwell, passing out, experiencing severe brain fog, becoming disoriented, or suffering from a variety of other maladies as a result of receiving the COVID vaccine.

And it’s starting to catch on.

We told you a few days ago about four British Airlines pilots who died abruptly around the same time.

The deaths have been verified by the airline, although any link to the vaccine has been minimized.

However, the general public is beginning to notice and ask questions, as evidenced by the following:

American Airlines has grounded “hundreds” of flights, according to the latest news.

They’re blaming it on maintenance concerns, but some are wondering if it’s related to vaccines.

According to Yahoo News:

Due to substantial staffing and maintenance concerns, American Airlines has canceled hundreds of flights this weekend and Monday.

123 flights were canceled on Saturday, 178 on Sunday, and 97 on Monday as of Sunday afternoon, owing to a high number of sick calls mixed with maintenance and other personnel concerns.

The majority of the cancellations are on A320 and 737 planes, according to ABC News, but the airline expects to cancel at least 50 to 60 flights each day for the rest of June and 50 to 80 flights per day in July.

According to an American Airlines statement, “we made targeted changes with the purpose of hurting the fewest amount of customers by altering flights in markets where we have many options for re-accommodation.”

Customers will be notified long in advance of their flights, and customers will have the option to rebook on alternate flights through the American app.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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