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Various U.S. airlines are overstaffed due to lowered flying schedules and low demand for air travel in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.A United Airlines pilot and his spouse, who similarly worked for the airline company, died in a personal aircraft crash in Telluride, Colorado, on the way back from their honeymoon.Costas John Sivyllis, 30, who likewise worked as a flight instructor, had actually just eloped with partner, Lindsey Vogelaar, 33, on Oct. 1.
The couple was flying home to Orlando in a small Beechcraft Gold mine when they crashed Monday afternoon soon after getting rid of from Telluride Airport, the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office notified CBS Denverand Orlando’s News 6. They were the only 2 individuals on board.
” They had actually eloped to Telluride for a little wedding event and adventure-filled honeymoon that they were tape-recording online for liked ones to follow,” the constable’s office informed the news outlets in a statement.United agent Leslie Scott informed USA TODAY, the airline company is “deeply saddened to discover of this disaster involving 2 members of the United Airlines household. We have actually linked to their households to use any help and expose our genuine acknowledgements.” The National Transport Security Board, which is examining the crash, and the San Miguel County Constable’s Office did not instantly respond to U.S.A. TODAY’s request for comment.Facebook Email