Spanish airport operator AENA has won union agreement to cut its 15,000-strong workforce by just over 10%, with 1,600 voluntary layoffs before the end of the year. It said it would fund the redundancies from its own resources without the need to resort to additional state aid. The company said the layoffs were part of an Airport Efficiency Plan aimed at ensuring the future of the debt-ridden public body. It said it has debt worth nearly €14 billion ($18.1 billion). The plan ...

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