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A Postal Worker.

While the US Postal Service fights for its life financially, 2,000 of its workers are in quarantine and dozens have tested positive for the coronaviru...

The union on Thursday announced the death of New York City carrier Rakkhon Kim, age 50, "from complications related to COVID-19."
An air traffic control tower.

12 air traffic control centers have been temporarily closed after workers tested positive for coronavirus, highlighting a vulnerability in air travel

The spread of the novel coronavirus into FAA air traffic facilities has the ability to grind air travel in the US to a halt if not properly contained.

Airline employees are safe from being laid off for now, but United warns that job cuts may be on the horizon if the coronavirus pandemic rages on for ...

"If the recovery is as slow as we fear, it means our airline and our workforce will have to be smaller than it is today," United's CEO said.
Ventec's VOCSN ventilators.

General Motors and Ventec are gearing up to make critically needed ventilators in Indiana to fight the coronavirus pandemic

The companies said efforts to retool an Indiana, plant, which normally supplies electrical components for vehicles, were underway "around the clock."

Airlines will get the $60 billion bailout they asked for in the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill that Trump signed into law. It also prohibits la...

Airlines will be prohibited from laying off workers through at least September, and from stock buybacks or dividends for at least two years.

A major UK airport is being converted into a morgue for thousands as the country prepares for COVID-19-related deaths to rise

Birmingham Airport will soon become a central morgue in its region which has already seen over 100 virus-related deaths.
The Airbus fleet in a formation flyby to celebrate the consortium's 50th birthday.

Airbus is one of the most powerful companies in aviation. Here’s a closer look at its rise from upstart to industry titan.

On May 29, 2019, Airbus celebrated its 50th birthday. Airbus has developed from a fledgling upstart to one of the industry's titans.
American Airlines passenger planes crowd a runway where they are parked due to flight reductions to slow the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa

Shifting Gears: Who’s getting what in the multitrillion-dollar coronavirus bailout

It was government to the rescue this week, at least for some hard-hit transportation sectors. Here's what each industry is getting.
U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the daily coronavirus task force briefing as Vice President Mike Pence and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci listen at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 20, 2020.

Trump is attacking GM on Twitter after a report said the White House was reconsidering a deal to have the automaker help produce ventilators

President Donald Trump also demanded on Friday that Ford produce ventilators, which could be in short supply as hospitals are deluged with patients.

American Airlines flight attendant dies of COVID-19, highlighting risks that airline workers have faced while helping get passengers home

The 65-year-old flight attendant, who was based in Philadelphia, appears to be the first member of a flight crew in the US to die of COVID-19.