Articles tagged “cares act”

Airlines

United’s Meal Fare to Be Served Up by Outside Caterer Starting This Fall

Airlines are being careful not to violate the provisions of the Cares Act, when outsourcing. But once it expires everything is fair game and the ones left paying the price will employees losing jobs.

United’s Meal Fare to Be Served Up by Outside Caterer Starting This Fall

Airlines

Federal Aid Saved U.S. Airlines From the Worst of the Pandemic But Was It a Success?

U.S. airlines avoided broad bankruptcies and cuts with the record $74 billion in government Covid-19 aid. But the relief was industry-specific and left out a lot of other sectors, including hotels and restaurants. That has meant a bumpy national economic recovery.

Federal Aid Saved U.S. Airlines From the Worst of the Pandemic But Was It a Success?

Airline Weekly

Government Profits as American and Sun Country Airlines Repay CARES Act Loans

Government Profits as American and Sun Country Airlines Repay CARES Act Loans

Coronavirus

How the U.S. Travel Sector Benefits (and Doesn’t) From $1.9 Trillion in Covid Relief

The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan is a massive life raft to many travel companies, but industry groups still want more targeted relief and stimulus to accelerate a full recovery that could be years away.

How the U.S. Travel Sector Benefits (and Doesn’t) From $1.9 Trillion in Covid Relief

Coronavirus

Hotel Company Mired in Pandemic Loan Controversy Shows It Didn’t Need Federal Money Anyway

Ashford Trust's survival strategy shows the Paycheck Protection Program may not be enough of a life raft for struggling hotels during the coronavirus pandemic.

Hotel Company Mired in Pandemic Loan Controversy Shows It Didn’t Need Federal Money Anyway

Airlines

More Airline Worker Furloughs Likely Even With Additional Coronavirus Aid

Airlines promised that more payroll assistance would allow them to avoid dramatic staffing reductions. That relief is now here to the tune of $15 billion but it looks like the furloughs, while temporarily rolled back, are still coming.

More Airline Worker Furloughs Likely Even With Additional Coronavirus Aid

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Shed the Most Jobs in 3 Decades After Federal Relief Expired

Airlines shed jobs at the fastest rate since 1990 this fall as they slashed costs to weather the coronavirus pandemic. With prospect of additional federal relief still mired in politics, very real questions remain about the industry's ability to ramp up flights once travelers — and the economy — return.

U.S. Airlines Shed the Most Jobs in 3 Decades After Federal Relief Expired

Coronavirus

A Win-Win for Hotels From D.C. With Dueling Stimulus Bills

The hotel industry should have reason to celebrate no matter what kind of economic relief Congress passes — but passage won’t come easy if Senator McConnell is willing to ignore even the bipartisan bill announced this week.

A Win-Win for Hotels From D.C. With Dueling Stimulus Bills

Coronavirus

Why Do Hotels Seem to Be Getting the Shaft From Washington on Coronavirus Relief?

The hotel industry needs to up the ante on lobbying and centralized messaging if it ever wants a bigger piece of the pie. It's that simple.

Why Do Hotels Seem to Be Getting the Shaft From Washington on Coronavirus Relief?

Coronavirus

Leaders of Devastated Travel Industry Lash Out at President Trump’s Decision to Delay Relief Talks Until After Election

Donald Trump's tweet on Tuesday afternoon was stunning even for this president. You could feel the anguish throughout the travel industry, which had still had been holding out hope for more federal relief to help its workers and to keep others in their jobs.

Leaders of Devastated Travel Industry Lash Out at President Trump’s Decision to Delay Relief Talks Until After Election