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United Airlines slashes domestic, international flying as demand slides on coronavirus

United Airlines slashes domestic, international flying as demand slides on coronavirus

4/3/2020 11:13:00 PM

United Airlines slashes domestic, international flying as demand slides on coronavirus

United Airlines Holdings Inc is reducing U.S. and Canadian flights by 10per cent and international flying by 20per cent in the month of April and ...

BusinessUnited Airlines Holdings Inc is reducing U.S. and Canadian flights by 10per cent and international flying by 20per cent in the month of April and eyeing similar cuts in May in some of the most drastic measures announced to date by a U.S. airline in response to falling demand due to the coronavirus.

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FILE PHOTO: A United Airlines passenger jet taxis at Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey, U.S. December 6, 2019. REUTERS/Chris Helgren05 Mar 2020 04:01AMShare this contentBookmarkCHICAGO: United Airlines Holdings Inc is reducing U.S. and Canadian flights by 10per cent and international flying by 20per cent in the month of April and eyeing similar cuts in May in some of the most drastic measures announced to date by a U.S. airline in response to falling demand due to the coronavirus.

In a statement on Wednesday, Chicago-based United said it was also implementing a hiring freeze, delaying merit-based salary increases and offering employees the option to take an unpaid leave of absence.Advertisement(Reporting by Tracy Rucinski; Editing by Matthew Lewis) headtopics.com

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