LOD, Israel (AP) — The jumbo jet’s passenger doors were simply too small. So engineers at Israel’s main airport cut a new SUV-sized hole in the side of the fuselage – and hoisted a massive hatch into place.
In many ways, it’s the gateway to the battered airline industry’s post-pandemic future.
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