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abs-cbn.com - John Biers - Layoffs loom for beleaguered US airline industry
Layoffs loom for beleaguered US airline industry
ABS-CBN.COM

NEW YORK - Workers from the beleaguered US airline industry are making a last-ditch public appeal this week to coax more money from Capitol Hill power brokers to save their jobs. The first day of October concludes the period when US carriers that…

nbcnews.com - Around 35,000 airline workers could lose their job tonight if Congress doesn't approve more aid
Around 35,000 airline workers could lose their job tonight if Congress doesn't approve more aid
NBC News

With just hours to go before mass layoffs decimate the airline industry slammed by coronavirus travel cutbacks, workers are pleading with Congress to pass a last-minute deal to save almost 35,000 people from losing their paycheck. “I feel…

boardingarea.com - Andy - Take Care of Your Friends and Family in the Airline Industry, Today is a Bad Day | Andy's Travel Blog
Take Care of Your Friends and Family in the Airline Industry, Today is a Bad Day | Andy's Travel Blog
BoardingArea

I was flying to Colorado Saturday and overheard the flight attendants talking in the galley. “Well, what are you going to do? How many do you have left after this one?” “I don't know yet, and none. This is my last flight. No…

nytimes.com - Niraj Chokshi - Pandemic Convinces Airline Workers It's Time for New Horizons
Pandemic Convinces Airline Workers It's Time for New Horizons
The New York Times

This was supposed to be the year that Steven Ray Littles II put down roots in the Seattle area. Instead, he returned to his parents' home in Bakersfield, Calif., after taking a buyout from Delta Air Lines, ending a six-year career as a flight…

cbslocal.com - Author: Lauren Victory - As Airline Industry Loses $5 Billion A Month, Flight Attendants Fear Massive Furloughs Without Help From Congress
As Airline Industry Loses $5 Billion A Month, Flight Attendants Fear Massive Furloughs Without Help From Congress
CBS Local

Filed Under: Airline Industry, Congress, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Lauren Victory, Morning Insiders, Peter Greenberg, United Airlines CHICAGO (CBS) — Flight attendants across the country fear they'll land on the furlough list if Congress…

fastcompany.com - Massive airline industry job losses loom as critical CARES Act deadline approaches
Massive airline industry job losses loom as critical CARES Act deadline approaches
Fast Company

As many as 40,000 airline employees are in limbo, waiting to see if the federal government will give the industry more aid. The money currently keeping aviation afloat through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES, Act ends…

nbcdfw.com - Airline Industry Braces for Wave of Layoffs
Airline Industry Braces for Wave of Layoffs
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Without out renewed emergency federal funding approved by Congress, airlines hard hit by the pandemic say they will cut thousands of jobs. NBC 5's Jack Highberger reports among the hardest hit will be Fort Worth-based American Airlines.

cnbc.com - Pippa Stevens - Disney leads companies announcing layoffs; big airline job cuts loom
Disney leads companies announcing layoffs; big airline job cuts loom
CNBC

Published Wed, Sep 30 2020 9:31 AM EDT A number of job cuts have been announced in the last 24 hours as companies grapple with the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic. On Tuesday Disney said it will lay off 28,000 employees across its parks…

wwnytv.com - No changes planned at Watertown airport as layoffs loom for airline industry
No changes planned at Watertown airport as layoffs loom for airline industry
WWNY

TOWN OF HOUNSFIELD, N.Y. (WWNY) - The airline industry faces massive furloughs as soon as Thursday as federal funding to help it get through the COVID-19 pandemic runs out. American Airlines, which is the parent company of flights out of Watertown…

nbcdfw.com - Jack Highberger - Airline Industry Facing Massive Layoffs; Fort Worth Based American Airlines Set to Cut 19,000 Jobs
Airline Industry Facing Massive Layoffs; Fort Worth Based American Airlines Set to Cut 19,000 Jobs
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Tens of thousands of airline industry workers are hours away from losing their jobs if billions of dollars in federal relief is not passed by Congress Wednesday. Fort Worth-based American Airlines is set to be especially hard hit, with its CEO…

topranker4u.com - Vikram Kumar - Top Airline Industry Job Consultancy In G T Road Kanpur In 2019-2020
Top Airline Industry Job Consultancy In G T Road Kanpur In 2019-2020
Know Best One In 2020

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reuters.com - Jamie Freed - Poking the bear': Regional airline Rex using downturn to challenge Qantas, Virgin
Poking the bear': Regional airline Rex using downturn to challenge Qantas, Virgin
Reuters

SYDNEYSYDNEY (Reuters) - As Virgin Australia shrinks to survive the pandemic, tiny Regional Express Holdings Ltd (Rex) is picking up some of its larger rival's planes and staff on the cheap - and attracting investors who see profit in the…

usatoday.com - Tom Krisher and Cathy Bussewitz, USA TODAY - I don't have a Plan B': 40,000 airline workers brace for mass layoffs
I don't have a Plan B': 40,000 airline workers brace for mass layoffs
USA TODAY

DETROIT — The worries are growing for United Airlines flight attendant Jordy Comeaux. In a few days, he'll be among roughly 40,000 airline workers whose jobs are likely to evaporate in an industry decimated by the coronavirus pandemic.

sciencetimes.com - Chardynne Concio - How the Airline Industry Recovers From COVID-19 Could Determine Who Gets Organ Transplants
How the Airline Industry Recovers From COVID-19 Could Determine Who Gets Organ Transplants
Science Times

The COVID-19 pandemic has crippled the airline industry. Passenger numbers are down more than two-thirds from last year, and airlines have been canceling flights and shutting down routes. It's frustrating for travelers, but for patients on organ…

skift.com - JetBlue Founder Delays Launch of His New Airline to 2021 Starting in Southeastern U.S.
JetBlue Founder Delays Launch of His New Airline to 2021 Starting in Southeastern U.S.
Skift

At some point, the U.S. airline industry will have a robust recovery. But given the depth of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is unlikely this will happen next year. Breeze Airways may have a rough go at first. To great fanfare a couple of years ago…

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