Airline warns jobs at risk after profit slump

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AIRLINE Flybe, which operates from Doncaster’s Robin Hood airport, has warned jobs may be at risk as it slashes costs after challenging conditions sent it into the red.

The Exeter-based carrier outlined plans to make annual savings equivalent to £2 per seat as it said there was ‘little sign of recovery’ in the UK domestic market.

It warned there may be some impact on its workforce of 3,000 staff in the UK and up to 700 in Europe as part of a group-wide review of costs.


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