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US airlines face millions in losses due to COVID-19


Dallas, May 13 (EFE / EPA) .- The latest quarterly results from the main US airlines show that the sector is experiencing serious 'turbulence' due to the impact of COVID-19.The airline industry has to face the near future assuming, with little liquidity, more operating expenses to combat the virus and uncertain prices due to the volatility of demand.The quarterly losses for the Dallas Love Field airport-based airline SouthWest alone , which is the least affected by the crisis so far, totaled $ 84 million.From now on, this airline will require its passengers to use a mask.(Camera: LARRY SMITH)FOOTAGE SHOWS THE DALLAS LOVE FIELD AIRPORT IN TEXAS (US) AND SOUTHWEST PLANES.

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