U.S. Senate offers $58 billion aid to airlines as they struggle to stay airborne


The U.S. Senate offered struggling airlines unprecedented aid worth $58 billion that will helping cover their staff wages, as carriers around the world seek state support and turn passenger planes into cargo liners in their desperate bid for revenues. (Reuters Politics) More More

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