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Delta’s CEO says employees must be on the short-term, unpaid leave of absence, ” if the airline halts Europe flights

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On Friday, Delta Air Lines announced that it was suspending all flights to the mainland of Europe, with the exception of London, in a bid to cut costs, and the spread of the corona virus

The announcement came in the form of an e-mail from the CEO, Ed Bastian meets with the employee. In it, Bastien, said that the company would have to establish “a general limitation of capacity in the next few months, is 40 per cent., to” stop the flights, to the continent of Europe for about 30 days and free parking for up to 300 units.

In particular, Bastian’s announcement included a call for the workers to take advantage of a voluntary, short-term, unpaid leave of absence, as well as, an immediate hiring freeze.” The company is also reducing its use of consultants and contractors.

Bastien was also announced that the airline has been in discussions with the White House and Congress for financial support. He said that he was hopeful that the discussions would be fruitful. There was no mention of the use of any kind of government assistance, and to provide backpay to employees who voluntarily take unpaid leave of absence or on a paid leave of absence for employees in the future.

“The plans of the budget cuts, Delta announced that its massive and unprecedented. Delta is the only major airline without union representation and a contract with the flight Attendants. This adds to the uncertainty for workers, and it doesn’t add a load to the Delta in their efforts to implement these cuts, because it is not a process that has already been defined.”

— Sara Nelson, the president of the Association of flight Attendants-CWA.

“The plans of the budget cuts, Delta announced that its massive and unprecedented. Delta is the only major airline without union representation and a contract with the flight Attendants,” said Sara Nelson, president of the Association of flight Attendants-CWA, in a statement to Fox News.

“This adds to the uncertainty for workers, and it doesn’t add a load to the Delta in its efforts to implement these cuts, because it is not a process that is already defined. Our union will continue to help the Delta in any way that we can, in our experience, the implementation of the provisions of the agreement, with any other airline, so that’s something to count on, and a clear set of procedures for the airline. This is not the time to fight for the union. We’re all in this together and the industry is counting on us to work as a crew.”

The Delta has about 25,000 flight attendants, it has recently been announced. The airline has made the criticism, online, after its efforts to discourage unionization among its employees. The flight attendant’s personnel fell for a (AFA-CWA labor union votes, the most recent of which was in 2010.

A spokesman for Delta Airlines said that the company was not planning to make any further comments from the public. They are ignoring a number of questions about the company’s plans for the future as paid time off or take advantage of the government’s financial assistance, with backpay to employees who voluntarily take unpaid leave of absence for now.

“I’m asking all of you to see what you can do to help us save some money.”

Delta’s CEO, Ed Bastien, in an e-mail to the staff.

“In the days and weeks to come, each of us will have the opportunity to contribute to the Delta’s sustainability,” Bastian said in an e-mail. “This ranges from the consideration of a voluntary leave, who will work for you and your family, and to identify opportunities to save money within your division or department, to volunteer for the Peace Corps is to help our clients and our colleagues to get to the airport. I am asking all of you to see what you can do to help us save some money.”

The cost-cutting measures include a $2 billion reduction in capital expenditures for the year, including the establishment of the new aircraft, modifications, initiatives, and opportunities for, the conservation of cash.”

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The Delta is closed, the financial market day on an uptick in the middle of the declaration of a national emergency by the President of the Trump. The markets have been largely borne out by the announcement, which coincided with the close of the markets. Delta’s price is about 4 hours, it was about $38.

In a press conference, He said that the government was considering the financial support the companies, which are influenced by the corona virus, including all the airline companies.

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