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From deserted terminals to empty planes, this is what it's like to fly in the US during the coronavirus outbreak

Business Insider Monday, 16 March 2020
From deserted terminals to empty planes, this is what it's like to fly in the US during the coronavirus outbreak· I took a domestic flight last Thursday before the coronavirus began to spread more rapidly in the US. 
· Flying out of John F. Kennedy International Airport's busiest terminal, Terminal 4, was an eerie experience: At 8:15 on a Thursday night, it was nearly deserted.
· I take this exact flight very frequently, and it's...
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Video Credit: WBZ CBS Boston - Published
News video: Planes, Terminals Empty Amid Coronavirus

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WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex spoke to travelers at Logan Airport.

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