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American, Delta, United CEOs to testify before U.S. Senate panel

Added 12-08-21 03:04:02pm EST - “The chief executives of American Airlines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines will testify on Dec. 15 at an oversight hearing before the Senate Commerce Committee, a committee official said on Wednesday. The hearing will examine…” - Finance.yahoo.com

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chief executives of American Airlines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines will testify on Dec. 15 at an oversight hearing before the Senate Commerce Committee, a committee official said on Wednesday.

The hearing will examine the impact of $54 billion in COVID-19 government payroll support for U.S. airlines "including the effect on the airline industry’s workforce, and the effect of airline operational performance on American consumers." Delta Air Lines Chief Operating Officer John Laughter also will testify, as will Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA.

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