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KLM BAILOUT BACK ON TRACK FOLLOWING AGREEMENT WITH PILOTS

KLM | November 04, 2020

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KLM announced that, following a signature from the Dutch Airline Pilots Association, it had reached an agreement with all the trade unions over employment conditions until 2025. This should fulfill the government’s requirements for its frozen bailout package. With the Dutch authority’s new advice against all international travel lasting until January, the funds are needed now more than ever....

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AA BACKS EFFORTS TO EXTEND BILLIONS IN FEDERAL AID TO PROTECT AVIATION JOBS THROUGH MARCH 2021

American Airlines | July 15, 2020

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American Airlines' top executives on Wednesday backed efforts to extend billions in federal aid to protect aviation jobs through March as the pandemic's impact on travel threatens tens of thousands of positions. Some $32 billion in federal aid was set aside to protect jobs in the U.S. airline industry, and it prohibited employers from cutting positions through Sept. 30 under the CARES Act relief package that lawmakers passed in March....

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DELTA MAKING PROGRESS TESTING ITS ENTIRE WORKFORCE FOR COVID-19

Delta Air Lines | August 16, 2020

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Delta Air Lines is making progress on testing its entire workforce for COVID-19. The airline is hoping to test nearly every one of its employees to get in front of the virus and work to slow the spread among its employees and limit any transmission from its customer-facing workforce to its passengers....

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US AVIATION SECTOR WITNESSES MOST JOB CUTS AMIDST TRAVEL LOCKDOWN, BOEING TO ELIMINATE 10% WORKFORCE

Boeing | May 03, 2020

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The ongoing U.S. travel crisis is causing thousands of job cuts as the aviation sector waits for passengers to return to the skies but braces for years of lower demand because of the coronavirus pandemic. U.S. airlines are slashing hundreds of thousands of flights, cutting schedules by 80 percent or more through at least June and parking thousands of jets as demand for tickets has plunged by about 95 percent. Airlines are requiring facial coverings and implementing new cleaning procedures to try...

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BUSINESS AVIATION

KLM BAILOUT BACK ON TRACK FOLLOWING AGREEMENT WITH PILOTS

KLM | November 04, 2020

KLM announced that, following a signature from the Dutch Airline Pilots Association, it had reached an agreement with all the trade unions over employment conditions until 2025. This should fulfill the government’s requirements for its frozen bailout package. With the Dutch authority’s new advice against all international travel lasting until January, the funds are needed now more than ever....

Read More
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AA BACKS EFFORTS TO EXTEND BILLIONS IN FEDERAL AID TO PROTECT AVIATION JOBS THROUGH MARCH 2021

American Airlines | July 15, 2020

American Airlines' top executives on Wednesday backed efforts to extend billions in federal aid to protect aviation jobs through March as the pandemic's impact on travel threatens tens of thousands of positions. Some $32 billion in federal aid was set aside to protect jobs in the U.S. airline industry, and it prohibited employers from cutting positions through Sept. 30 under the CARES Act relief package that lawmakers passed in March....

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DELTA MAKING PROGRESS TESTING ITS ENTIRE WORKFORCE FOR COVID-19

Delta Air Lines | August 16, 2020

Delta Air Lines is making progress on testing its entire workforce for COVID-19. The airline is hoping to test nearly every one of its employees to get in front of the virus and work to slow the spread among its employees and limit any transmission from its customer-facing workforce to its passengers....

Read More
news image

US AVIATION SECTOR WITNESSES MOST JOB CUTS AMIDST TRAVEL LOCKDOWN, BOEING TO ELIMINATE 10% WORKFORCE

Boeing | May 03, 2020

The ongoing U.S. travel crisis is causing thousands of job cuts as the aviation sector waits for passengers to return to the skies but braces for years of lower demand because of the coronavirus pandemic. U.S. airlines are slashing hundreds of thousands of flights, cutting schedules by 80 percent or more through at least June and parking thousands of jets as demand for tickets has plunged by about 95 percent. Airlines are requiring facial coverings and implementing new cleaning procedures to try...

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