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Airline Bookings Start To Tumble Again As Coronavirus Cases Spike

July 9, 2020


New York (CNN Business) – Airline travel is bouncing back — but so are American coronavirus cases. That spike could put the aviation rebound in reverse.

United Airlines (UAL) presented sobering facts to employees Monday that bookings are tumbling as COVID cases soar. Also hurting travel demand: regulations in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut that mandate travelers from the pandemic’s US hotspots quarantine themselves for 14 days. The Wall Street Journal first reported the data in the employee presentation.

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