Philippine Airlines (PAL) will cut more than 110 ground staff from November as part of a cost-cutting exercise. The move comes on the heels of a surge in half-year profits, which returned a first-half net income of PHP5.86 billion ($122 million)—up almost tenfold from the previous year’s figures. The airline said it was making the cuts as part of a drive to “disengage from non-core services such as our ground-handling activities in domestic stations, which can be turned ...

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