Air France announced plans to offer employees a voluntary redundancy plan that could result in as many as 1,500 departures. The airline said it informed the Comite Central d'Enterprise workers council of the decision and intends to discuss the matter this week "with a view to presenting a project voluntary redundancy plan to the CCE on Oct. 21." AF said five months ago that it intended to reduce its payroll by 2,500-3,000 positions by April 2011 (ATWOnline, April 16). Those cuts were ...

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