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    Financial Times (29 Apr 2020)

    COVID-19: British Airways to cut up to 12,000 jobs as aviation outlook darkens

    BRITISH AIRWAYS' parent company IAG has announced plans to cut up to 12,000 jobs due to the coronavirus crisis. The decision was made due to the aviation sector suffering the most from the Covid-19 outbreak. IAG warned that a return to 2019 passenger levels would take 'several years'. Scandinavian airline SAS is planning to cut around 5,000 full-time positions from its workforce. LUFTHANSA is considering filing for creditor protection and NORWEGIAN announced that the bulk of its fleet was likely to remain grounded for the next 12 months.

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    bbc.co.uk (31 Mar 2020)

    COVID-19: British Airways suspends all Gatwick flights

    BRITISH AIRWAYS is suspending all flights from Gatwick airport due to the coronavirus and collapse of demand. 

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