Transcript for Airlines workout how travel ban will impact operations
After that 30-day travel ban from Europe to the U.S., the state department issued a blanket statement to reconsider traveling abroad. Gio Benitez joins us from reegen national. Good morning, gio. Reporter: We're just learning that a passenger arriving at palm beach international airport from JFK last night has tested positive with the novel coronavirus. Here's what we know right now. On that jetblue flight, there were 114 passengers on board plus the crew. Fire rescue officials spoke to all of the other passengers, especially those seated near the coronavirus patient telling them to monitor their health over the next few days. We're told they were evaluated on the plane before deplaning. This as tensions are already high. This morning, the state department is urging Americans to reconsider any travel abroad, even areas without coronavirus outbreaks because return travel may just be restricted without notice. We already know the airline industry is taking a massive financial hit here, so the big question, how will this affect airlines and all of those workers? Unanswered questions. All right. There are so many questions out there, and coming up, we'll
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