Air France is preparing a voluntary redundancy plan concerning about 8300 positions, according to Bloomberg, which cites sources close to the project. The figure is right, it confirms to the Figaro, the management of Air France-KLM. The Echoes evoke a plan that should count from 8000 to 10,000 job cuts, which corresponds to 15% to 20% of the employees.
indicates The direction that it will not communicate officially with this subject in early July. Like other companies who advertise one after the other, plans job cuts, Air France must face the crisis of the Covid-19, which has nailed almost all of its planes on the ground for more than two months.
In detail, the airline will seek to secure the departure of about 300 drivers, 2000 personal cabin and 6000 personal on the ground, say sources to Bloomberg.
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