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    The nationwide furlough of some tens of thousands of United Airlines Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: UAL) employees could hit Greater Washington particularly hard. United said it would lay off as many as 3,152 employees at Dulles International Airport and Reagan National Airport as of Oct. 1, according to a notice the company filed with the Virginia Employment Commission last week. United employs roughly 6,000 in the D.C. area. The vast majority of the cuts — roughly 3,036 employees — would be...
    Reuters July 13, 2020 0 Comments Southwest Airlines Chief Executive Gary Kelly told employees on Monday that he was concerned about the impact of a recent rise in COVID-19 cases and quarantines on already-weak travel demand and said passenger numbers would need to triple by the end of the year to prevent job cuts. “Although furloughs and layoffs remain our very last resort, we can’t rule them out as a possibility obviously in this very bad environment,” Kelly said...
    Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly told employees on Monday it needs a dramatic jump in passenger demand or it will be forced to take new steps to reduce staffing. Employees face a Wednesday deadline whether to participate in a voluntary incentive program to leave the airline. “Although furloughs and layoffs remain our very last resort, we can’t rule them out as a possibility obviously in this very bad environment,” Kelly said in a message to employees. “We need a...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – Almost 70 United Airlines employees at the Pittsburgh International Airport will be laid off in the fall. United Airlines at the Pittsburgh airport filed a notice with the Department of Labor and Industry, saying 66 people would be affected by layoffs expected to be “temporary in nature due to COVID-19.” There will also be 95 United Airlines workers at the Philadelphia International Airport affected by the layoffs. United Airlines is warning 36,000 employees —...
    New York (CNN Business)As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the United States, travelers are still not federally required to wear a mask on a passenger jet. But Delta CEO Ed Bastian said the government should make it a mandate.Hes not optimistic, however, that a national mask requirement will happen. The airline industry has not issued a strong collective message asking the government to take that step, Bastian told CNNs Poppy Harlow for Boss FIles.Weve had those discussions with...
    US schools reopening: Trump pointed to European nations in his call to return. These charts show America is nowhere near them I spent the night in a New York hotel that made 3 core changes to help guests feel safe during the pandemic — and I think it sets a good model for beachfront hotels everywhere Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: United Airlines, Amazon, Nvidia, Wells Fargo & more Check out the companies making headlines before the bell...
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly before the closing bell as the market takes a significant dip in New York, February 25, 2020.Lucas Jackson | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines before the bell Friday: United Airlines (UAL) — The airline reached a deal with a pilot union representing about 13,000 pilots regarding early retirements and voluntary furloughs as the industry faces massive headwinds from the coronavirus pandemic.  United shares traded more than 2%...
    The nation’s airlines received a $50 billion bailout as part of federal coronavirus stimulus spending. How do two of the four largest carriers show their gratitude? By putting passengers’ lives at risk. During the pandemic, United has never promised to leave empty seats and American this month stopped doing so. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) As the nation battles the highly contagious and rapidly spreading coronavirus, United and American airlines are packing their planes full, demonstrating that they care far more...
    Fox Organization Flash top rated headlines are below. Look at out what is actually clicking on FoxBusiness.com. The union for United Airways pilots has struck a pair of tentative agreements about voluntary furloughs and early separation choices. This comes after the carrier declared Wednesday that it could furlough 36,000, or 45 p.c, of its U.S.-based frontline workers by Oct. 1. TickerStabilityFinalAdjustImprove % UAL UNITED Airlines HLDG. 30.17 -2.36 -7.25% Airlines that been given authorities loans ended up forbidden from furloughing or...
    (CBS DETROIT) – United Airlines sent a warning to its employees, more than a third could be furloughed later this year. 36,000 workers including 15,000 flight attendants are at risk of losing their job, if airline travel doesn’t pick up. United took federal bailout money earlier this year that prevents cutbacks before October first. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Related
    Supreme Court gives Native Americans jurisdiction over eastern half of Oklahoma Grocers urgently need to fix broken online business model, as pandemic shifts more to web, report says American, United call off Hong Kong flights after crew testing rules American and United have canceled service to Hong Kong amid new crew Covid-19 testing rules. The change is the latest roadblock to resuming regular international routes during the pandemic. © Provided by CNBC An American Airlines Group Inc....
    London (CNN Business)US airlines are canceling flights to and from Hong Kong after the city said it would require all crew members to be tested for Covid-19 upon arrival.American Airlines (AAL), which had been scheduled to resume flights from Dallas to Hong Kong on Thursday, will now restart on August 5.Weve been making regular adjustments to our schedule to match demand, and we consider a range of factors including travel restrictions or entry requirements in making network decisions, the airline...
    An American Airlines Group Inc. Boeing Co. 777-300ER aircraft sits at Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong, China.Brent Lewin | Bloomberg | Getty Images United Airlines and American Airlines have canceled service to Hong Kong after crews were told they would have to undergo mandatory Covid-19 testing. The deep throat saliva samples would be collected when crews arrive in Hong Kong, the citys health officials said Tuesday. If crew members test positive they would be hospitalized there. The requirements are...
    WASHINGTON -- The latest: Another 1.3 million U.S. workers filed for unemployment insurance last week, the Department of Labor said.This is a breaking news update. A previous version of this report is below.The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped,...
    WASHINGTON -- The latest: Another 1.3 million U.S. workers filed for unemployment insurance last week, the Department of Labor said.This is a breaking news update. A previous version of this report is below.The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped,...
    WASHINGTON -- The latest: Another 1.3 million U.S. workers filed for unemployment insurance last week, the Department of Labor said.This is a breaking news update. A previous version of this report is below.The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped,...
    WASHINGTON -- The latest: Another 1.3 million U.S. workers filed for unemployment insurance last week, the Department of Labor said.This is a breaking news update. A previous version of this report is below.The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped,...
    WASHINGTON -- The latest: Another 1.3 million U.S. workers filed for unemployment insurance last week, the Department of Labor said.This is a breaking news update. A previous version of this report is below.The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped,...
    WASHINGTON -- The latest: Another 1.3 million U.S. workers filed for unemployment insurance last week, the Department of Labor said.This is a breaking news update. A previous version of this report is below.The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped,...
    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped, the pace of improvement has essentially stalled as companies continue to shed workers. A resurgence of confirmed viral cases is threatening to derail what had looked like the start of...
    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped, the pace of improvement has essentially stalled as companies continue to shed workers. A resurgence of confirmed viral cases is threatening to derail what had looked like the start of...
    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped, the pace of improvement has essentially stalled as companies continue to shed workers. A resurgence of confirmed viral cases is threatening to derail what had looked like the start of...
    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the layoffs that have remained stuck at an elevated weekly pace above 1 million since the coronavirus erupted in March even as newly re-opened businesses have rehired some workers.Though the weekly toll of job cuts has gradually dropped, the pace of improvement has essentially stalled as companies continue to shed workers. A resurgence of confirmed viral cases is threatening to derail what had looked like the start of...
              United Airlines is warning 36,000 employees – nearly half its U.S. staff – they could be furloughed in October, the clearest signal yet of how deeply the virus pandemic is hurting the airline industry. The outlook for a recovery in air travel has dimmed in just the past two weeks, as infection rates rise in much of the U.S. and some states impose new quarantine requirements on travelers. United officials said Wednesday that...
    DENVER (CBS4)– United Airlines has warned employees in Denver that layoffs may be on the horizon. There are abut 7,000 employees with United Airlines in Colorado. United is planning to layoff abut 2,800 of them by Oct. 1. Passenger traffic for United is expected to be down 75% this month. (credit: CBS) United says it cannot continue at the current payroll level past October in an environment where travel demand is so depressed because of the coronavirus pandemic....