Thousands of U.S. aviation workers have been forced to take leave or laid off

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 Thousands of U.S. aviation workers have been forced to take leave or laid off


Meanwhile, starting this week, thousands of employees at most American Airlines will be forced to take leave or be laid off. For example, Breanna Ross, a flight attendant at American Airlines, completed her last flight a few days ago. A few days ago, her last flight landed in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas. In a video of her farewell to passengers, she explained that she would take a holiday on October 1. She posted the video on Facebook and instagram. According to the latest data, 19000 employees of American Airlines lost their jobs this week like Ross. A reminder that this epidemic has to do with the terrible cost of destruction. Source of this paper: cnBeta.COM Editor in charge: Ding Guangsheng_ NT1941

Meanwhile, starting this week, thousands of employees at most American Airlines will be forced to take leave or be laid off. For example, Breanna Ross, a flight attendant at American Airlines, completed her last flight a few days ago.

A few days ago, her last flight landed in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas. In a video of her farewell to passengers, she explained that she would take a holiday on October 1. She posted the video on Facebook and instagram. According to the latest data, 19000 employees of American Airlines lost their jobs this week like Ross. A reminder that this epidemic has to do with the terrible cost of destruction.