Low-cost carrier Ryanair prepares to cut 3,000 jobs amid coronavirus pandemic crisis

The low-cost carrier Ryanair has announced plans to stagger 3,000 jobs, representing 15% of its total staff, as the coronavirus outbreak caused a major drop in passenger numbers. FRANCE 24’s business journalist Cole Strangler explains Ryanair is but the latest of airlines to cut jobs or pay.

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