As reported in the Simply-docs blog entry of 21st June 2012, Air France-KLM previously announced plans to cut around 10% of its total workforce, or just over 5,000 jobs, by the end of 2013. The move forms part of a restructuring plan for the ailing company to reduce costs and return to growth
It has now emerged that the company’s losses have widened as a result of redundancy payouts. It has cost the airline €368 million to cover the cost of these payments. To further exacerbate the company’s woes, two out of three of the unions representing cabin crew rejected the cost cutting plans.
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