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The coronavirus has grounded so many flights, an entire runway at a once-busy Pa. airport has become a parking lot for nearly 100 jetliners that are going nowhere fast. The incredible scene of idled air travel can be witnessed at the Pittsburgh International Airport, which is crowded not with travelers, but rather with parked jets, as the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and KDKA-TV report. The newspaper reports nearly all of the 96 jets parked at Pittsburgh International are owned by American Airlines, one of the region’s largest carriers, or by Republic Airways. The airport has closed one of its four runways to accommodate all the parked jets, which include Airbus A319, A320, A321 and the wide-b... Full story

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