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Strike Fears After British Airways Targets 2,000 Job Cuts

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Now, where is Hamish when you need him. CR is good as it indicates an economic recovery according to him.........

Not seen Mr Skellan for a while. I hear Ryanair are going from strength to strength. Or should that be loss?

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Not seen Mr Skellan for a while. I hear Ryanair are going from strength to strength. Or should that be loss?

But it's a good loss, and a sign that Ryanair, unlike other airlines which are making bad losses, are on the road (or should that be airway) to success. Commercial aviation, dying quicker than the car industry.....................

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But it's a good loss, and a sign that Ryanair, unlike other airlines which are making bad losses, are on the road (or should that be airway) to success. Commercial aviation, dying quicker than the car industry.....................

Are you being sarcastic? or is there such a thing as a good loss?

BTW, how are the airlines eyeing up the recent run up in oil prices?

Peter.

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Would it be BA if they didn't have a strike and people in marquees outside Heathrow during August? What have they done every other summer?

BA are cutting jobs with mandatory redundancy for the first time in its history. Many are going on unpaid 1 year long leave in a hope there will be a job to go back to in 12 months.

Many who left the mob and joined the hold pool find themselves stuck up sh*t creek without a paddle, many are coming back.

Redundancies across BA, Virgin and Netjets (Warren buffetts outfit) I believe.

Not a good time to be an airline pilot. :(

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