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airlines'>United Airlines to offer free coronavirus testing for passengers on select routes

Japan Airlines said Friday it had forecast an annual net loss of more than $2.3 billion after the coronavirus pandemic grounded air travel around the world

airlines'>United Airlines says the free rapid testing will ensure everyone on board select flights from Newark to London will have tested negative for COVID-19.

airlines'>United Airlines will start COVID testing all passengers on select flights from Newark to London as part of a pilot program to try and jump start international travel.

airlines'>International Consolidated Airlines Group Q320 Earnings: Revenue: EUR1.22B (-83% Y/Y) Adj Operating Loss: EUR1.3B (vs. Profit: EUR1.43B Y/Y) Passengers: 6.59M (est 5.75M) Made Significant Progress On Restructuring Not Providing Profit Guidance For 2020

The days of airlines blocking seats to make passengers feel safer about flying during the pandemic are coming closer to an end.

airlines'>United Airlines to offer free coronavirus testing for passengers on select routes

Offering rapid coronavirus testing on departure flights can revive the travel industry: airlines'>United Airlines trials rapid Covid-19 tests for New York-London flights #Covid  #Test  #Airlines  via @AusBT 

airlines'>United Airlines to offer free coronavirus testing on select transatlantic flights

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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.

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!

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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.

Just arrived at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Will be out shortly as we wait for more of you to get in! #TRUMP2020 

Thank you for preventing US commercial airlines from crashing in 2017. Your active participation monitoring the flight patterns and safety regulations was greatly appreciated. In 2018 could you please turn your efforts toward preventing wildfires and hurricanes?