Air France-KLM to cut 3,000 jobs, Melbourne trams cracking up
Air France-KLM to cut 3,000 jobs
Air France-KLM has said it plans to cut between 2,500 and 3,000 jobs over the next two years.
Europe's biggest airline will cut jobs by not renewing contracts or replacing retiring employees, the carrier said, avoiding compulsory lay-offs.
The airline has been hit by the global economic slowdown, with passenger traffic down 9.4% in March...
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