Finnair will outsource its cabin crew on approximately 20 long- and short-haul routes over the next two years, leading to job cuts, after union talks failed to hit its €18 million ($24 million) cost-cutting target. On March 27, Finnair began talks to slice €18 million from its annual cost base with Finnish Cabin Crew Union SLSY, but these concluded May 26 without an agreement. SLSY proposed just €11.7 million in cuts (€2.9 million permanent savings, €4.8 million over ...

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