British Airways To Cut Up To 12,000 Jobs Over Coronavirus

The parent company based the decision on the belief it would be some years before air traffic volumes would return to normal, it said in a statement.

The job cut is part of restructuring forced by the global coronavirus pandemic

London:

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.

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