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Layoffs at American Airlines Could Make Things a Lot Worse for Passengers

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Friday, 21 September 2012

Layoffs at American Airlines Could Make Things a Lot Worse for PassengersFiled under: Company News

By Jill Krasny

Pink slips are flying at American Airlines, which warned over 11,000 workers on Wednesday of looming layoffs as the carrier works to pare down its operations in bankruptcy.

This is bad news all around, but workers aren't the only ones who should be concerned about the cutbacks.

According to George Hobiaca, airline industry expert and founder of deals site AirfareWatchdog.com, if AA does what he expects it to do and lays off maintenance workers "as a prelude to outsourcing the...

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Source: KJRH NBC 2 Tulsa, OK - on September 12, 2012

News video: Layoffs at American Airlines could affect nearby businesses

Layoffs at American Airlines could affect nearby businesses

As nearly 1,000 Green Country residents await a judge's decision on the fate of their jobs at the American Airlines maintenance facility in north Tulsa, business owners in the area say they are feeling the heat too.

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