Aircraft, Airbus and Boeing in crisis: in an uncertain future we will fly less
The reorganization, which also aims to cut the costs of plants, properties and other cost areas, should ensure annual savings of over £ 1.3 billion, against one-off costs of around 800 million to be spent between 2020 and 2022.
European airlines flying on state subsidies: over € 30 billion ready
“Being told that there is no longer a job for you is a terrible prospect” commented the CEO of Rolls-Royce, Warren East. “But we have to make tough decisions to allow our business to overcome these unprecedented times.”
However, the announcement generated the vehement reaction of the workers’ representatives. The company obtained access to public subsidies for the crisis from the British government, discharging 80% of wages to 4000 workers during the lockdown, but now justifies the deferred layoffs by providing that state aid “will not” it may not be temporary. ” A way of doing that the United union denounces as a form of “shameful opportunism”.
Alitalia, from June 2, flights to New York and those from Milan to the South will restart