Americans are flying much less during the pandemic. Will airlines survive?

Americans are flying much less during the pandemic. Will airlines survive?

U.S. airlines are sending out warnings about huge financial losses and urgently requesting help. Tens of thousands of flights for the fall have been canceled, and change fees have been eliminated in order to attract travelers. Meanwhile, flight staff and security are being drawn into arguments with passengers who refuse to comply with mask mandates. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.

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