Virgin Atlantic Airways is preparing to cut more than 1,000 jobs shortly after a £1.2 billion rescue deal was approved, reports Sky News. According to Sky, Virgin will announce today has learnt that the airline will announce today that it is to trim its workforce again, a few months after laying-off 3,150 staff and announcing the closure of its at London’s Gatwick Airport base. If confirmed, the latest round of cuts would mean that Virgin Atlantic’s workforce has almost halved from its pre-COVID 19 level of about 10,000 people. The number of job reductions was unclear on Thursday night, although
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