STUDY BUDDY: Why do profit-making airlines insist on hitting passengers’ pockets? [May 20, 2020]

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1. (i) writer’s son

(ii) writer’s son

(iii) Lufthansa

(v) Lufthansa

2. (i) fortnight

(ii) profitable

(iii) airlines

3. Lufthansa 

4. If an airline cancels a flight, it must issue a refund within seven days. 

5. (i) F

(ii) F

(iii) NG

(iv) T

6. D

7. C

8. adjusting our lives/falling back on the reserves we have

9. A

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