With international and business travel way down, airlines are adding more flights to domestic leisure spots.
Expenses don’t go away just because people aren’t flying.
Carriers are likely to cut more than 35,000 jobs starting Thursday.
The airline's SkyMiles program is worth millions every year.
Their aim is to generate demand by eliminating uncertainty for those booking in advance.
They might not send employees on as many trips, even after COVID-19.
The downturn in air travel has slashed airport revenue, with fees plummeting for landings, passenger use and parking.
The last quarter wasn't a good one for carriers.
United Airlines warned 36,000 employees Wednesday that they could be furloughed in October.