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A number of large U.S. airlines have been drastically cutting back service in response to Trump’s travel ban, and the current outbreak of the COVID-19.
On Sunday, United Airlines became the latest of the largest of the carriers to announce cuts to the size of its fleet, which confirmed that it would cut flights by about half in the months of April and May.
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In a memo shared with staff members, Joint CEO, Oscar Munoz, and President J. Scott Kirby said, and they expect, whether they are customers, and revenues, and to ” stay strong.” They will also have an overview of the steps that United was taking to reduce the cost of staff, including the setting up of a 50 per cent salary cut for the corporate officers.
United’s CEO, Oscar Munoz, in conjunction with the United President J. Scott Kirby, said in a memo to employees that the company would have to cut flight capacity by about one-half.
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“As you may know, March is typically our busiest month of the year. However, this year, in the first two weeks of March, we have welcomed more than one million customers onboard our aircraft, compared with the same period of the previous year. We are also currently projecting that its revenues in March will be $1.5 billion lower than in the previous March,” Munoz and Kirby wrote in a memo.
“Well, the bad news is that it will get worse and worse,” she added.
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The two detailed in the previous steps United has taken to minimize the impact the case may be, of the imposition of a hiring freeze, cutting diagrams, and the cut of the CEO’s base salary,” with 100 percent of the time.
Munoz and Kirby, adding that they will be formally announcing further cuts to the service, about 50 per cent is planned for April and May, and that will have a lasting impact, probably during the summer months, and that’s when things get worse,” they said.
On Saturday, the American had also announced the additional budget cuts in the department as a result of a temporary travel ban on flights originating in the United States of america, from 26 European countries, in which it is confirmed that the carrier would be cut by 75 per cent of its international flights, at least, May 6th.
“This change is in response to the decline in demand and the changes made to the U.S. government’s travel restrictions by the feline corona virus (COVID-19),” the airline wrote in a press release published on the site.
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Last week, Delta, which is one of the other major US carrier with international service, said it was cutting flight capacity by 40 per cent., or, in the limit of the capacity of the Delta’s history, in 2001,” said Delta CEO Ed Bastian, in a letter to employees on Wednesday.
“The rate of demand fall-off is different from what we have seen and we have seen a lot in our business,” says Bastian.
“The rate of demand fall-off is different from what we have seen and we have seen a lot in our business.”
Delta Air Lines-CEO Ed Bastian
The last one of the country’s four major carriers, and Southwest Airlines, had gone on record to say that it is “seriously considering” cutting back schemes as well, as per Reuters. (Out of the four airlines, Southwest will work with the least number of international flights.)
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