The Wall Street Journal: United Airlines to slash 30% of management jobs starting in October

The Wall Street Journal

At least 3,400 people likely to lose jobs as coronavirus shutdown crushes airline’s bottom line

A United Airlines passenger jet taxis at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey in 2019.


Reuters

United Airlines Holdings Inc. expects to shrink its management and administrative ranks by at least 30% starting in October, according to a memo sent to employees Monday, as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on the airline industry.

That amounts to at least 3,450 people — the first indication of how many are likely to lose their jobs as United
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and other airlines grapple with a steep decline in air travel and an uncertain path to recovery.

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