KLM To Cut Up To 1,000 More Jobs As Long-Haul Recovery Falters

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KLM has announced plans to cut a further 800-1,000 jobs as COVID-19 travel restrictions continue to prevent the Dutch flag-carrier’s recovery. The latest KLM retrenchment comes on top of the July 2020 announcement of 5,000 redundancies. “This number was based on the premise that air traffic would...

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