Despite the state aid granted by the French government there are more than 7,500 job losses at Air France, including thousands of jobs in the associated company, HOP!. The airline saw its revenues dramatically decline during the coronacrisis.
Air France has been part of the French-Dutch group Air France-KLM said that it was during the peak of the pandemic, per day, for 15 million euros, misliep. Also went to the sales in those days, with a 95 per cent return. The company anticipates that it will air until 2024 to return to the same level as in 2019.
It is up to a total of 16 percent of all jobs in the parent company, Air France. The regional carrier HOP! 42 per cent of all jobs.
Air France is hoping that the majority will be eliminated through natural attrition, early retirement, voluntary departure, and those who are within the business change function. However, the company excludes compulsory redundancies do not matter.
The French government calls for no compulsory redundancies, and to drop it, but acknowledge that Air France is in deep distress. The company was recently rescued by some € 7 billion in aid and loans from the government.
KLM said in a march up to 2,000 jobs are to go and delete it. The airline will receive 3.4 billion euros in state aid. The aid is financed from loans where the guarantee is.