Estimates of some of the Covid job…

Estimates of some of the Covid job losses in the aerospace and airline sector
2021-01-19 10:10:00
Some numbers of the job losses by airports, airlines and plane manufacturers, caused by the Covid pandemic.  These numbers are often estimates and will need to be updated, depending on how long Covid travel restrictions continue, and how much financial help the sector gets from government, or what loans it can obtain. .Tweet   Biggest jobs cuts in the UK aerospace and aviation industry Airbus – 1,700 jobs Airbus is to cut 15,000 jobs globally as the plane-maker slashes staff numbers to match the collapse in demand for new aircraft. Of these jobs, some 1,700 will go in the UK. Boeing – 26,000 jobs (globally) UK engineering giant Boeing, heavily disrupted by the devastation wrought across the aviation sector, announced plans to make 7,000 more job cuts after counting a $3.5bn (£2.7bn) loss for the three months to the end of September. British Airways – up to 12,000 British Airways is to shed as many as 12,000 jobs after plunging to its worst ever quarterly loss and admitting air travel will tak


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