British Airways To Cut 12,000 Jobs Over COVID-19

 

British Airways is to slash up to 12,000 jobs as part of a restructuring forced on the carrier by the fallout from the coronavirus, parent IAG said Tuesday.

IAG, which also notably holds Iberia and Vueling, said in a statement it was taking the decision on the basis that it believed it would be some years before air traffic volumes would return to normal.

 

More to follow . . . 

 

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