Business travel likely to be depressed for years, says Southwest Airlines CEO |
Business travel likely to be depressed for years, says Southwest Airlines CEO
With U.S. commercial flights largely empty amid the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, airlines are taking a serious financial hit. But while their revenue has plunged due to the drop in demand, they are receiving billions in federal aid. Southwest Airlines CEO and chairman Gary C. Kelly joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the safety of air travel and the financial challenges of the economic crisis.
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