Airlines' Coronavirus Cutbacks Are 'Unlike Any We've Ever Seen'
As more of the country is encouraged and/or told to stay inside our homes and only venture out when we really need to, the impact is being felt in a plethora of industries.
One of those is the airline business, which is facing fewer travelers and a lot more empty seats.
Delta and United have already announced dramatic cuts. Delta is parking 300 airplanes, with United reducing capacity by 50% through May.
To hear more about the impact on airlines, The Show talked to Seth Kaplan, transportation analyst for NPR’s Here and Now.