Demand for air cargo is back to pre-pandemic levels, but passenger loads are nowhere close.
The airline expects first-quarter operating revenue to shrink as much as 70% from the same period two years ago.
The measure includes money that will allow the airline industry to bring back furloughed workers through March.
Scott Kirby talks about taking the helm at a major airline during the height of the pandemic.
Those who travel for work make up around 10% of airline passengers, but they account for between half and three-quarters of revenue.
Airlines using Boeing's 737 Max will have to get FAA approval for pilot training programs and complete required maintenance.
With international and business travel way down, airlines are adding more flights to domestic leisure spots.
Airlines believe the fear of sitting next to an infected passenger and 14-day mandatory quarantines are keeping more people from flying.
Expenses don’t go away just because people aren’t flying.