KLM Targets Unit Cost Reduction By 1.5% Per Year

A month after the sudden departure of CEO Camiel Eurlings, KLM has put an immediate freeze on cabin crew jobs and plans to lower operating costs by €700 million ($870 million) over the next five years to increase competitiveness, abate falling yields and earn decent returns to support the necessary...

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