Raytheon Technologies to cut 15,000 jobs as a result of the downturn in commercial air travel

Raytheon Technologies will eliminate 15,000 positions because of the slump in commercial air travel, more than twofold the number it had recently gauge. Raytheon President and CEO Greg Hayes referred to all the vulnerability in the recuperation of commercial air traffic before declaring the cuts from its commercial aerospace and corporate departments.

Significant US airlines including American, United and Delta have said they anticipate that a great many specialists should be laid off or furloughed on October 1. Plane producer Boeing has additionally declared in excess of 16,000 cuts.

Under terms of the CARES Act, which gave up to $50 billion of help to the US airline industry, airlines couldn’t lay off or automatically leave staff until October 1. Heads from significant airlines begged the White House to broaden a $25 billion bailout, postponing a huge number of furloughs by an additional half year.