Air Berlin (AB) could cut workforce 10%, which is about 900 jobs, several German TV and newspapers are reporting.
Air Berlin A330. By Kurt Hofmann Air Berlin (AB) could cut workforce 10%, which is about 900 jobs, several German TV and newspapers are reporting. The financially troubled carrier, which announced a new Turbine 2013 cost-cutting program last month, would not comment on the reports and said it would provide details within several weeks (ATW Daily News, Oct. 19). However, a leading member of AB’s management team told ATW: “But the fact is clear, AB reduced its fleet ...
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