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Hundreds of snake-infested jets sit idle in the California desert

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Slide 1 of 11: Scorpions and rattlesnakes are among the barriers major airlines are facing as they return mothballed planes to service and scramble to hire crews to meet a surging demand for air travel as pandemic travel restrictions ease. However, despite airlines reaching nearly pre-pandemic levels ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday – when 4.2 million people are expected to travel by air – dozens of passenger planes remain stranded in the Mojave Desert, where they’ve been stored since the pandemic began crippling the travel industry early last year.Next SlideFull screen1/11 SLIDES © Provided by Daily MailScorpions and rattlesnakes are among the barriers major airlines are facing as they return mothballed planes to service and scramble to hire crews to meet a surging demand for air travel as pandemic travel restrictions ease. However, despite airlines reaching nearly pre-pandemic levels ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday – when 4.2 million people are expected to travel by air – dozens of passenger planes remain stranded in the Mojave Desert, where they’ve been stored since the pandemic began crippling the travel industry early last year.

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