Airways, Going through a Gradual Restoration, Start Furloughing 1000’s
Amy Ticknor, an airline employee who is one of 19,000 American Airlines’ low-income earners, spent Thursday providing unemployment insurance and caring for their 6-year-old and two-year-old daughters. She also started looking for a full-time job – her husband is self-employed and her job provides the family with health insurance.
Ms Ticknor, who is also in her seventh week of ten-year leave, said she was encouraged by the tests of their union, the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, but was disappointed when it was revealed Wednesday that the second round of government funding was unlikely.
“It was very painful,” Ticknor, 29, said. It was the most painful thing of all, my family life, my emotional turmoil. ”
Southwest Airlines and Delta Air Lines, some of the largest airlines in the country, have avoided disrupting eagles for a while due to vacations and other volunteer programs, meanwhile. More than 40,000 employees in the Delta have signed a long-term and long-term vacation. The company says it could continue with more than 1,700 pilots next month. Nearly 17,000 workers in the southwest have registered vegetables, bought or retired early, and the company has said it will not meet anyone by the end of the year.
“They have very strong corporate values and I think these values were reflected in how the aircraft contributed to their preservation,” said Henry Harteveldt, founder of Atmosphere Research Group, a travel analysis company. “Delta and the Southwest were able to convey the message effectively.”
Americans and the United States have also borrowed more than $ 5 billion in loans, which could grow to $ 7.5 billion each, according to officials. The Southwest and Delta denied the debt, which is allowed by the March charging law, the CARES Act. Everywhere in the industry, airplanes have raised billions in a variety of fields.