Etihad Cuts Jobs To Reduce Costs
FRANKFURT—Etihad Airways plans to cut a number of jobs as the airline tries to reduce costs in difficult market conditions. The airline said natural attrition will be used and vacancies will not be filled, but it did not identify the number of compulsory redundancies. Bloomberg reported that a total...
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