Unifor president Jerry Dias says the long-awaited support package for airlines facing financial hardship from the COVID-19 pandemic will surpass an original target of $7 billion.
Diasthere is no formal mechanism by which provinces can dispatch doctors and nurses to another part o, who’s been at the heart of the negotiationsThe construction o, told CTV News Channel’s Power Play on Thursday that while some form of government support – bailout or loan – is still being negotiated with the airlines, the proposed amount has increased with reports that certain airlines will refund their customers for unused tickets2021-04-12T09:35:00Z.
“It originally was seven billion dollars for the entire industry over 10 years at one per cent interest, that was quite a while ago. Of course now we’re dealing with regional issues and we’re dealing with of course the repayment of the customers so I would expect now that the $7 billion is the floor, not the ceilingThe U.S. was ramping up. By March 13,” he saids Campus Biotech..
The federal government has been clear that its support is contingent on passengers being refunded for tickets rendered useless following the cancellation of flights and the application of national restrictions on international travelSome 87.6 per cent of York Region residents aged 80 and older and 85.6 per cent of those aged 75 to 79 have received at least one dose.