Iberia is looking to cut another 1,581 jobs—on top of the 3,100 redundancies it is already rolling out—under a consultation that was formally launched Friday. The staff consultation, which was announced to the London Stock Exchange by Iberia parent International Airlines Group (IAG), will run for a maximum of 30 days and will establish the exact numbers, functions and timings of the redundancies. “Iberia has today informed its employees and trade unions that it intends to ...

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