American Airlines Flight Attendants Picket For Extension Of Payroll Support Program In Dallas Area


To resolve them. Is problem. Flight attendants at American Airlines picketing outside North Texas Congress member's office is this week. They say they're worried they're gonna lose their jobs. At the end of the month, American Airlines chief executive sent a letter to employees saying he would have to furlough 19,000 workers starting in October without an extension of the payroll support program. We have support for that program on both sides of the aisle in Washington, which is great, but the Association of Professional Flight Attendants Paul Hartshorn says help for airlines is being held up by Bait over other parts of a potential stimulus bill. He says a six month extension would help prevent layoffs. Hopefully, by then, demand will have returned because we will be closer to a vaccine. Chief executive Doug Parker says. American has to prepare for the possibility Congress will not find a way to support aviation professionals urging employees

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