the mind games are there in hockey, in football and now also at the Zurich airport. Six of the 15 Swiss-switch in the Check-in-3 are occupied, and two women in Uniform stand ready to distribute the travel-loving masses in the queues. Everything, as before, the corona crisis, with one important difference: There is no mass. Sometimes there is also minutes not a single person.
The few Swiss who enter with Luggage and Ticket in Hand the halls, wrestling often in the last meters to the switch with itself and with the General atmosphere of uncertainty. After the US imposed an entry ban, no one knows more of what's to come in the next few days. "We come back again, if we get in the plane?" This is the question that is of concern to the Dietiker Dimitri Amstein and his partner just most. In a good hours of your flight would take off, the young Couple wanted to travel to Iceland.
The two have made a few calls in the Morning, the Federal office of public health and colleagues who work at the airport, but the only answer was: it is your own responsibility. "We are just overwhelmed a bit," says Amstein, while his partner once again presses the phone to his ear. You want to clarify whether you would consider money back, if you would call off the Exercise for now. Now it hangs at Icelandair in a waiting loop. On Position 87.
"would be A clear message to me dear":
their decision on the three Girlfriends, who want to fly for almost two weeks to Cuba in the holiday hit: you pull the. Although you have no answer to the question, how would it be if you were there, stuck. Nor is it, as long as you could afford the loss of income when absent at work.
The little Red on the scoreboard is deceptive: Many anullierte flights no longer appear here.
For service Providers in the Check-in hall to finally do something. You must decide, which of the under-employed colleagues on the switches you can redeem for a few minutes to shake off the lethargy.
advisors, who know no Council
And the next customers already. The She Erna Gertsch, also a Nurse, traveling with her friend Christine Lagger to Kenya. They were merely concerned with the outward flight, the return trip was not an issue. In a pinch, you would just wait down there until they were again left home, say you in a good mood. Gertsch has a grown daughter who lives in Kenya. You have a place where they could come. It comes, as it must – so a lot of travelling now, still thinking.
Also in the Check-in is 2 many of them have to do almost nothing.
again and again we hear in the almost empty hall, well-intentioned sets of consultants, the know no the Council: "I can't tell you really." Or: "What is true now, may be obsolete." No wonder, the hesitant passengers the way to the "Ticket Office" exhibit. This is the Desk that you can rebook the flights – one of the few that to this day there is a long queue.
"Now I try to rebook on today or tomorrow – before everything happens."Daniela Mulsbery, dual citizen of Florida
Here, the native girl from Basel, Switzerland Daniela Malsbury, who lives in Florida. She had come to Switzerland to visit their 98-year-old mother, and actually wanted to travel back next week. Then US President, Trump announced the entry stop. "Now I try to rebook on today or tomorrow – before everything happens." And if it doesn't work? "Then I'm stuck for 30 days here. But that would not be the worst of All. I have friends and family here."
Created: 12.03.2020, 17:19 PMUpdated Date: 12 March 2020, 21:01