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Aer Lingus to cut 500 jobs

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DUBLIN - Irish airline Aer Lingus, part of Anglo-Spanish group IAG, plans to cut up to 500 jobs as a result of groundings related to the Covid-19 pandemic, the airline announced on Friday.

"Aer Lingus has informed the (employment) Minister that headcount reductions of up to 500 employees across the business are anticipated," it said in a statement.

Of the other airlines owned by IAG, British Airways has said it needs to axe 12,000 jobs, while Austrian-based Level Europe has said it plans to file for insolvency.
© Reuters, aero.uk | 20/06/2020 12:55


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