Old Apr 4, 19, 7:06 pm
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Originally Posted by NetJets Germany View Post
...although we are going off-topic now, ...
It is not quite OT.

OP was preparing buying a ticket. So if the time was right, OP's travel could be impacted. That's why the caution.

Originally Posted by DragonSoul View Post
But was it CX telling the pilot to fly, or the pilot ignoring the symptoms?
I believe this is beyond the point of blame. The situation is simple - given the spread now, flying with CX seems to have a higher risk than other airlines (Note - there is no report (yet) that employees of other airlines have been affected, other than CX). That's why the caution.

Originally Posted by watery View Post
Back to the seat, I think the back rows are more likely reserved for tour groups, so there is no guarantee they open up all of them even T-48? And also it tends to be the noisier part.
Tour groups do not fly CX, but UA. So no.
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