Boeing CEO: Coronavirus likely to cause a major airline to go out of business
Boeing CEO’s dire warning amid coronavirus to airlines
Boeing CEO David Calhoun gives his predictions for the future of aviation amid coronavirus. FOX Business’ Ashley Webster with more.
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Boeing CEO David Calhoun said Tuesday that at least one airline is likely to fold as a result of the challenges the coronavirus pandemic has brought upon the airline industry.
Major airlines have taken a huge hit due to a reduction in travel brought on by the outbreak of the virus, which forced people worldwide to observe stay-at-home orders and brought air traffic to a standstill.
"I don't want to get too predictive on that subject. But yes, most likely," Calhoun told NBC's "Today" show, when asked about the possibility of a major U.S. airline going out of business.
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