US airlines weigh benefits of tapping more aid

FINANCIAL TIMES 🔒| Investors have had starkly different reactions to the terms of bailouts of America’s largest airlines, complicating chief executives’ decisions about whether to tap a second $25bn pot of US taxpayer money.  The share prices of several airlines widely perceived as the financially strongest among the large US carriers, dropped a day after they accepted a portion of the first $25bn in aid to support payrolls through the coronavirus pandemic. Investors bid up the price of some other carriers.


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