Bmibaby will reduce its 737 fleet by five aircraft to 12 next year as part of a restructuring plan "that will see it focus its activities and efforts on routes where there are clear indications and prospects for future growth and development." The low-fare arm of Lufthansa subsidiary bmi said the move will create 10 pilot and 15 flight attendant positions at Nottingham East Midlands while putting 54 pilots and 82 cabin staff at Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff "at risk of redundancy," ...

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