ANA to Have 5,000 Cabin Crew Take Leave
Tokyo, March 19 (Jiji Press)--All Nippon Airways has proposed having some 5,000 cabin crew take leave from work as the novel coronavirus has significantly reduced travel demand, informed sources said Thursday.
The major Japanese airline made the proposal to its labor union, seeking cooperation from cabin crew members in cutting redundant workforce and costs.
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