Southwest Airlines is talking to its employees' unions about possible concessions ahead of what's expected to be a slow recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Southwest's labor relations vice president says the airline is asking unions to consider concessions beginning in October. That's when the Texas-based airline's share of coronavirus stimulus aid will run out. Southwest Labor VP Russell McCrady says there are no plans to furlough any workers but the airline needs to get started on "What if things don't get better?"
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