American Airlines cuts flights due to covid jab-induced pilot shortage



Numerous flight routes will be canceled this spring at American Airlines (AA) due to a major shortage of pilots, all of whom were required to get “vaccinated” for covid.

In a statement to Fox Business, AA revealed that “in response to the pilot shortage affecting the airline industry, American Airlines has made the difficult decision to end service in Columbus, Georgia (CSG), Del Rio, Texas (DRT) and Long Beach, California (LGB) this spring.”

The announcement comes on the heels of continued reports about pilots suffering fatal heart attacks, oftentimes mid-flight, resulting in their no longer being available to fly the company’s airplanes.

Many suspect, based on a growing body of evidence, that all these pilot deaths are a direct result of Operation Warp Speed, which was foisted on the world at the end of 2020. Donald Trump and his regime launched the covid jab program, then handed the baton to the Biden regime to enforce it as mandates.

AA is one of the many companies that complied, forcing its employees to take the injections or else be fired. Many complied, and many have since died, leaving a massive void in the ranks.

“We’re extremely grateful for the care and service our team members provided to our customers in these cities, and are working closely with them during this time,” the airline told Fox Business.