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January 24, 2013

Flybe To Cut 300 Jobs In Europe

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No-frills airline Flybe to cut 300 jobs (via AFP)

Low-cost airline Flybe said on Wednesday that it intended to cut 300 jobs to slash costs in the face of a high tax burden and reduced demand for its services across Europe. “As a result of the cost reduction plan announced today, Flybe UK has commenced the consultation process which may lead to circa…




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There is a Virgin Atlantic aircraft somewhere in this photo. (Photo by Simon Allardice via Flickr, CC-BY)

Europe Airports Crippled By Snow For Second Straight Day

Hundreds of flights were cancelled across much of Europe on Monday as heavy snow and freezing weather gripped the continent.
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