British airline EasyJet will cut 4,500 jobs, it announced on Thursday.
The job cuts will affect nearly a third of its workforce and are a measure to deal with the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
EasyJet intends to preserve its finances and adapt to lower air traffic over a long period.
In April, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) predicted a loss of US $314 billion for 2020 for the airline industry.
The Brussels Times