Air France plans to launch a voluntary redundancy plan for short-haul ground staff at a works council meeting May 13.  The airline said it also sees a need for significant recruitment—for more than 1,000 full-time permanent roles—in numerous areas of the business for 2019 and beyond.  French media have reported the airline wants to cut 465 ground staff jobs, but a spokesman declined to confirm the figure, saying: “The management wants to respect the prerogatives ...

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