US airline industry nosedives amid COVID-19 crisis

The fortunes of the American airline industry nosedived when coronavirus cases hit the United States.
Airlines were given a bailout worth $25bn in exchange for an agreement to not lay off workers.
But that deal ends in September and one airline has already announced massive cuts.
Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Chicago.

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