British Airways said that 6,940 employees, about 17% of its total workforce, have agreed to either unpaid leave, part-time work or unpaid work in a move that will save the airline up to £10 million. CEO Willie Walsh called it "a fantastic first response." Unpaid leave/work was available for 1-4 weeks, with the pay deduction spread over 3-6 months.

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