CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 16, 2003
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The financial troubles for the airline industry, due to the war, SARS, and a weak economy, examined; details given of American Airlines flight attendants’ approval of a pay cut to help stave off bankruptcy; statistics cited for air traffic and financial losses. [American Airlines flight attendant Judy MILNE- says she didn’t make them go under.] [Standard & Poor’s equity analyst Jim CORRIDORE- says the airline industry is in the worst shape it’s ever been.]
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