Jun 24, 2020
Jet2 and Eurostar cut summer flights and trains
AFP Jet2 and Eurostar have announced that they will be cancelling some summer flights and trains in 2020 and 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Separately, pilots union Balpa has said that airline Jet2 is to make 102 pilots redundant. A spokesman for Jet2 said that the airline was facing "Complicated" challenges relating to the coronavirus crisis and "Changes on an almost daily basis", which had resulted in the need to reduce its flying programme. Balpa general secretary Brian Strutton said he was concerned about the "Knee-jerk" way in which airlines like Jet2 had been responded to falling customer numbers due to the pandemic. "Despite being one of our least union-friendly airlines, I hope Jet2 negotiates in good faith and works with us on how we can mitigate these proposed losses and see Jet2 thrive in the future."
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