No one of consequence
My take (completely uneducated of course) is that the airlines can and have made promises not to furlough until later because they won’t really know what the market is going to do until September anyway (September is the cutoff that A4A offered). If it picks back up, cool no need to furlough, if not? Bye Felicia. Don’t call us, we’ll call you.Has this industry in any bail outs had the restrictions they are trying to place on the companies and how they use said bail out money? And after bail out money how many airlines have still gone on to furlough?
Just curiously asking because I don't know. Seems like it's going to piss off taxpayers off when airlines are bailed out then go onto furlough thousands (not just pilots but employees as a whole). I guess unless we are all heading to chp. 11 then anything is on the table, right?