Ryanair plans to cut up to 3,000 jobs

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Ryanair announced on Friday a project to cut 3,000 jobs, mainly pilots and cabin staff, due to paralysis of air transport caused by the coronavirus.

The Irish low-cost company said in a statement that its planes will remain on the ground until at least July and that it will take two years, until the summer of 2022, to return to normal activity.

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