Gatwick Airport is planning to axe up to 600 jobs in a ‘signifcant restructure’ after feeling the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on passenger and air traffic numbers. The airport is operating at around 20 per cent of its capacity and has around 75 per cent of its staff on furlough. Consultations have begun with staff over redundancies, as it prepares to cut up to 24 per cent of its workforce. In March the airport, which is only operating its North Terminal, secured a £300million loan to secure it after flights were grounded by Covid-19. Quarantine measures from tourist hotspots have damaged hopes of a summer of recovery for the airline industry, with redundancies reported at airlines including Ryanair, BA, Virgin and Jet2. Gatwick Airport is set to make up to 600 people redundancy after struggling to cope financially during the Covid-19 pandemic North Terminal logo is pictured on the outside of a liftshaft at a deserted London Gatwick Airport near Crawley after the airport announced the loss of 600 jobs this afternoon In a statement the airport said it was restructuring to ‘further reduce operating and staff costs in light of the dramatic impact COVID-19 has had on its… Read full this story
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