BRUSSELS – Finnair is moving ahead with plans to increase the use of outsourced cabin service, initially on an additional three long-haul routes, and will reduce its own cabin staff by one-third after negotiations failed to find a compromise on management’s €18 million ($24.5 million) savings target. In the next stage, Finnair will further outsource the cabin crew services on more than 10 routes, both short-haul and long-haul. Talks on how to proceed with laying off up to ...
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