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Damage to airlines from virus slowdown could be as bad as 2008 downturn, industry says


Brian Peterson – Star Tribune

Passengers from a Delta Air Lines flight that took off from Seoul, South Korea, arrived at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport in February.

The coronavirus outbreak's effect on airlines threatens to become as severe as the blow dealt by the Great Recession.

Already, travel demand is dropping globally, and airlines are drastically reducing flight capacity while offering new waivers to passengers.


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