thank you for the explanation. I was just thinking since airlines were barely flying at all and the flights they are doing are mostly empty there would be plenty of room for cargo on them.
They aren't flying, let's say it would cost to much to fly the aircraft without passengers and rely only on carrying stuff on the dock.
For regular aircrafts it is a synergy where you as passenger will cost less because a lot of the cargo space is sold to other companies transportation needs, and these companies also save money on their transporting costs compared to a cargo ship (and have more varied lines) because passengers pay for a lot of the cost while not using the whole cargo space (main reason why we have to pay extra for more luggage, it isn't just a matter of costing more fuel to transport your stuff, but also using space that would be used for other stuff).
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