Air France has outlined plans for a further 1,100 voluntary redundancies, comprising 350 flight deck and 750 cabin crew positions, adding to 8,031 staff who have already left the company. The French carrier’s management met with unions March 6 to discuss the cuts, which form part of Air France’s Transform 2015 plan. An Air France spokeswoman confirmed the numbers and said crew members will have until the end of the summer season to apply for redundancy. The cuts will be ...

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