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“Some 900 jobs could be affected and not 1,500 as indicated by mistake,” said the Irish company.
A little earlier, the Bloomberg agency said it had seen a video aimed at the company’s employees in which Ryanair President Michael O’Leary talked about the possibility of suppressing 1,500 positions due to poor financial results and delivery delays. of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
“We will do our best in the coming weeks to minimize job deletions but some are inevitable,” said the manager of Ryanair, a company with 13,000 employees.
Ryanair already admitted this month that it will close several of its airport bases in the coming months because of the delay in the delivery of the Boeing 737 MAX, a model that is currently immobilized after two serious air accidents.
The company’s results published on Monday point to a reduction in net profit of 21% caused by the fall in ticket prices, the increase in fuel and personnel costs.