US scheduled passenger airlines employed 381,178 full-time workers in October, a drop of 0.8% year-over-year, according to recently released figures from the US Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS). While they reflected the 14th consecutive month of full-time equivalent (FTE) job losses when compared year-over-year, October’s figures were the smallest decline since September 2012, BTS said. FTE positions were reduced by 1,013 jobs since September. The ...

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