Monday, July 22

London City Airport to slash 239 jobs



London City Airport has announced it is cutting up to 239 jobs as part of crucial restructuring plans. Bosses said the restructuring could affect 35% of roles across the organisation.

The airport suspended commercial flights at the height of the pandemic on March 25, and passenger numbers have remained well below 2019 levels since flights resumed on June 21.

Chief executive Robert Sinclair said: “It is with huge regret that we are announcing this restructuring programme today and our thoughts are with all of our highly valued staff and their families.