Saving Airlines

November 2001
Air Cargo World;Nov2001, Vol. 91 Issue 11, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the United States government's bailout program aimed at helping beleaguered airlines survive the economic fallout of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Amount paid to U.S. cargo airlines in the first part of the bailout program; Financial impact of the attacks on airlines around the world.


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