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Airline CEOs face Senate panel over flight cancellations after taking $54 billion in taxpayer aid

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Airline received $54 billion in federal taxpayer aid to help cover their labor costs during the Covid pandemic. The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation will quiz airline CEOs about the aid package and a series of meltdowns that affected hundreds of thousands of travelers. Airline executives will face questions from a Senate panel on Wednesday about flight disruptions and staffing shortfalls despite the $54 billion in taxpayer aid they took to help cover labor costs during… (www.msn.com) More...

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royhunte92
Roy Hunte 1
I've always wondered where the cash went.
gdaley
Greg Daley 1
Probably the usual places - undeserved executive bonuses and share buybacks.

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