U.S. Airlines & Airports Absent From Senate COVID-19 Relief Proposal, Unions Plan Action...
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WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - A fresh U.S. Senate Republican coronavirus spending package introduced on Tuesday does not include new government assistance for U.S. airlines or airports, a text of the proposal showed, as the sector races to save jobs before October.
More than 35,000 workers at two of the largest U.S. carriers alone - American Airlines and United Airlines - are set to lose their jobs once an initial $25 billion in payroll support from the government expires this month.
That has fueled a furious push by unions for
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