Air France is preparing to unveil a voluntary redundancy package, warning it will be “structurally overstaffed” by 500-600 cabin crew by 2014.
Air France A330-200. By Rob Finlayson Air France is preparing to unveil a voluntary redundancy package, warning it will be “structurally overstaffed” by 500-600 cabin crew by 2014. The French carrier, which is undergoing a Transform 2015 restructuring program, said its excess staff count is proving “more significant and long term” than it originally thought. “Air France confirms that without adequate measures, there would be an excess cabin crew staff ...
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