Wheels up sees pandemic boom as major airlines struggle
CEO & Founder Kenny Dichter breaks down the private aviation space on ‘The Claman Countdown’
The Biden administration is making $482 million available to aviation industry manufacturers to help them avert job or pay cuts in the pandemic.
The taxpayer-funded relief will cover up to half of the payroll costs at 313 companies, according to the Transportation Department, which said Thursday will help save up to 22,500 jobs.
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Air travel plummeted due to the spread of COVID-19. The delta variant has led to elevated cancellations and diminished travel in recent months. More than 100,000 aerospace jobs have been lost in an industry that had employed about 2.2 million people, according to the Transportation Department.