Heathrow Airport has started a voluntary redundancy scheme which has been agreed with unions and they cannot rule out further job cuts.
The company employs around 7,000 staff and are struggling to recover from coronavirus which forced the government place the UK in lockdown on 23 March grounding all flights.
Chief executive John Holland-Kaye said, “Throughout this crisis we have tried to protect frontline jobs but this is no longer sustainable, and we have now agreed a voluntary severance scheme with our union partners.
“While we cannot rule out further job reductions, we will continue to explore options to minimise the number of job losses.”
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