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Viral Video Falsely Claims British Airways is Shutting Operations

WorldNews Monday, 6 July 2020
Viral Video Falsely Claims British Airways is Shutting OperationsA viral video on social media claims that British Airways has applied to dismiss its entire workforce from 15 June and is shutting down its operations. However, no such announcement has been made by the airlines. In fact, there are videos and posts which suggest that the airlines is resuming its operations.View photos You can view the archived version here. More CLAIM In the viral video, text mentioning ‘Thank you and goodbye’ can be seen with a voice over saying: “British Airways has applied to dismiss its entire workforce...
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