The Effects of America after the Attacks on September 11th
Schaller, Hank. "Northwest Drops 132 Flights at Metro." The Oakland Press 20 Sept.
2001: A1, A2.
After the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Northwest Airlines went into a financial crisis that forced them to permanently drop 132 flights a day going out of Metro Detroit Airport. American and United airlines have laid off 40,000 people alone. In just over a week, the U.S. aviation has lost 70,000 jobs and billions of dollars. "The parent company of American, the world's largest airline, said it will lay off at least 20,000, or 14 percent, of its 138,350 workers. The cuts by AM…
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