U.S. offers $58 billion aid to airlines as governments seek to avert bankruptcies


Governments stepped up efforts on Thursday to help airlines hammered by a virus-induced travel slump, with the United States offering $58 billion in aid, Singapore promising to keep its carrier aloft, and Australia easing competition rules. (Reuters Politics) More More

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