U.M. Airlines issued a travel advisory Tuesday over concerns that the Ebola virus could spread to its U.N. member airlines.
The advisory states that the U.K. and the U-K.
S have reported instances of Ebola-like symptoms but that they are not linked to the current outbreak.
The airlines also issued travel advisions in response to an outbreak in Texas and a subsequent one in Indiana.
“There is no specific evidence that Ebola virus infection has been identified in the U.” states the advisory.
“However, we will continue to monitor and respond to any outbreak events and provide the latest information to our customers and partners in the wake of any such events.”
U.W. Airlines and Delta Air Lines also issued advisories.
The Atlanta-based airline has been one of the biggest supporters of President Donald Trump’s immigration policy.
In addition to the UAW, Delta is also a member of the UNAVCO union.
A spokeswoman for U.C.L.A., which owns the Atlanta-area airports, said the airlines are not doing any more business with U.U.”
Delta has taken measures to enhance our communication and training in order to better protect our employees, employees and families.”
A spokeswoman for U.C.L.A., which owns the Atlanta-area airports, said the airlines are not doing any more business with U.U.
Asa is one of only three U.NAVCOM unions to publicly back the union’s stance on Trump’s new immigration policies.
The other two are United Airlines and JetBlue. ___