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Airlines, sports leagues, concert promoters, and countries that depend on tourism can’t wait for vaccine passports via @BW 

Air India, Vistara, All airlines'>Nippon Airlines, and Japan Airlines are coming to India from Japan. The same should be conveyed to the said airlines so that they allow everyone to board the flight, without RTPCR test & report: IOA to Secretary Sports, Govt of India.

"I've never seen anything quite like it before." A woman's refusal to wear a mask Friday on an American Airlines flight headed to Dallas Fort Worth caused an hour-long delay. ⤵

Viral video captured an airlines'>American Airlines passenger being booted off a Texas-to-Florida flight after she allegedly refused to properly mask up and then uttered a vulgar term at a female employee.

Building on a spring rebound, more people are flying this summer, increasing profits and hiring at the airlines.

With all British schools now closed for the summer, airports and airlines were looking more normal on Saturday.

SEAT SELECTION FEES: Some airlines will let you select a specific seat for a markup on the base cost of your ticket. However, the way they're presented is often misleading. Here’s how to avoid — or at least minimize — these pesky fees #8NN 

With all British schools now closed for the summer, airports and airlines were looking a tad more normal on Saturday, although the number of families heading off for warmer climes remains way down from before the coronavirus pandemic.

With all British schools now closed for the summer, airports and airlines were looking a tad more normal on Saturday, although the number of families heading off for warmer climes remains way down from before the coronavirus pandemic.

The great-news and the not-so-great news for airlines: • Travel is booming and US Airports are packed • Airlines are severely understaffed and the staffing process could take a while. (we'll explain)

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airlines'>Malaysia Airlines has lost contact of MH17 from Amsterdam. The last known position was over Ukrainian airspace. More details to follow.

From 2014-2018 airlines'>American Airlines used $11 billion to buy back stock, making investors and executives rich. During that same time, many gate agents saw no raises other than those mandated by minimum wage hikes. Remember that, when they ask for a no-strings bailout.

The United States will be powerfully supporting those industries, like Airlines and others, that are particularly affected by the Chinese Virus. We will be stronger than ever before!

These are just some of the unrelated demands Senate Democrats have used to slow relief for workers and families: ✖️ Tax credits for solar and wind energy ✖️ Special treatment for Big Labor ✖️ Airlines' emissions standards This is a crisis. Why is only one side acting like it?

BREAKING: The White House overruled health officials who wanted to recommend that elderly and physically fragile Americans avoid flying on commercial airlines because of the new coronavirus, a federal official tells The Associated Press.

No industry -- not airlines, not hotels, not cruise ships -- should be bailed out. They can stay in business by borrowing at rock-bottom rates, using their assets as collateral. Taxpayer money should be used to bail out people, not corporations.

Speaker Pelosi's bill: -$300M for public broadcasting -New tax credits for wind and solar -Green New Deal standards on airlines -Federal takeover of elections Let's focus on addressing the problem and fighting the virus, not liberal pet projects.

As a former secretary of labor, I can tell you that the airlines don't deserve a $50 billion bailout. In the last 10 years, they spent 96% of their cash flow to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses. They shouldn't see a dime of taxpayer money.

The biggest U.S. airlines spent 96% of free cash flow over the last decade to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses and please wealthy investors. Now, they expect taxpayers to bail them out to the tune of $50 billion. It's the same old story.

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