British Airways said 140 flight attendants have applied for voluntary redundancy as part of its plan to cut some 2,000 positions. "We have a small surplus in the number of our senior-grade cabin crew and, combined with our reduced flying program, we have been able to accept applications for voluntary redundancy from the equivalent of 140 cabin crew," a BA spokesperson told reporters. In addition, 125 cabin staff on temporary contracts will be released. BA plans to cut 3,700 ...

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