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Alitalia to enter bankruptcy proceedings

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Italy's troubled flagship airline Alitalia will formally request to enter bankruptcy proceedings, after workers rejected a restructuring plan.

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Alitalia to enter bankruptcy proceedings

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Italy's troubled flagship airline Alitalia will formally request to enter bankruptcy proceedings, after workers rejected a restructuring plan.

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Aeroflot flight attendants lose discrimination case after being branded ‘old, fat and ugly’

Shared from on 24 April 2017

A group of female flight attendants who say they were discriminated against after being deemed “old, fat and ugly” by Russia’s flagship airline has lost the first round of a legal battle with their employer.

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United Airlines shows why it’s time to deplane corporate-speak

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The US airline’s overbooking PR gaffe was an extreme one. But other firms such as Tesco are all-too prone to buzzwords that baffle both staff and customers

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United Airlines shows why it’s time to deplane corporate-speak

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The US airline’s overbooking PR gaffe was an extreme one. But other firms such as Tesco are all-too prone to buzzwords that baffle both staff and customers

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United Airlines shows why it’s time to deplane corporate-speak

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The US airline’s overbooking PR gaffe was an extreme one. But other firms such as Tesco are all-too prone to buzzwords that baffle both staff and customers

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UK-based airlines told to move to Europe after Brexit or lose major routes

Shared from on 23 March 2017

EU chiefs have warned airlines including easyJet and Ryanair that they will need to relocate their headquarters

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Lufthansa strike: nearly 900 flights cancelled in pilots dispute

Shared from on 23 November 2016

Carrier warns of disruption affecting 100,000 passengers as pay campaign continues, while Eurowings crew also walk out in Hamburg and Düsseldorf

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Ryanair to create 3,500 jobs next year

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Ryanair is to create more than 3,500 new jobs next year as it adds a further 50 planes to its fleet.

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Ryanair to create 3,500 jobs next year

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Ryanair is to create more than 3,500 new jobs next year as it adds a further 50 planes to its fleet.

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Ryanair to create 3,500 jobs next year

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Ryanair is to create more than 3,500 new jobs next year as it adds a further 50 planes to its fleet.

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EasyGroup boss Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou in row over easyHotel chiefs’ pay

Shared from on 18 January 2016

EasyGroup boss Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has gone on the warpath over executive pay at his budget easyHotel chain, the latest attack from the Greek billionaire on pay at easyGroup-affiliated companies. 

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EasyGroup boss Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou in row over easyHotel chiefs’ pay

Shared from on 18 January 2016

EasyGroup boss Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has gone on the warpath over executive pay at his budget easyHotel chain, the latest attack from the Greek billionaire on pay at easyGroup-affiliated companies. 

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‘Mono-male’ airlines will lose ground to younger rivals

Shared from on 14 December 2015

Long-established airlines risk losing out to the younger low-cost carriers unless they break their “mono-male” culture, according to a study by the headhunters Egon Zehnder.

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‘Mono-male’ airlines will lose ground to younger rivals

Shared from on 14 December 2015

Long-established airlines risk losing out to the younger low-cost carriers unless they break their “mono-male” culture, according to a study by the headhunters Egon Zehnder.

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