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Singapore Airlines Pilots Agree to Deeper Pay Cuts to Save Jobs

(Bloomberg) — Singapore Airlines Ltd. pilots have agreed to further pay cuts to remain in employment, the carrier said Saturday.



a screen shot of a video game: Instrument panels and screens are seen inside an Airbus SE A350 XWB full-flight simulator at the Airbus Asia Training Centre (AATC), a joint venture owned by Airbus and Singapore Airlines Ltd., during a media tour at the Seletar Aerospace Park in Singapore, on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Airbus announced on the eve of the Paris Air Show formalized plans to upgrade its A380 superjumbo with fuel-saving winglets as the European planemaker seeks to revive sales of the flagship model.


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Instrument panels and screens are seen inside an Airbus SE A350 XWB full-flight simulator at the Airbus Asia Training Centre (AATC), a joint venture owned by Airbus and Singapore Airlines Ltd., during a media tour at the Seletar Aerospace Park in Singapore, on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Airbus announced on the eve of the Paris Air Show formalized plans to upgrade its A380 superjumbo with fuel-saving winglets as the European planemaker seeks to revive sales of the flagship model.

The city-state’s flag carrier and the Air Line Pilots Association – Singapore reached the agreement Friday and the company will implement the measures for all remaining pilots in Singapore Airlines and SilkAir with effect from Oct. 1. The deal will help to mitigate further job losses for pilots, it

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Singapore Airlines Ltd. is eliminating about 4,300 jobs, or 20% of its workforce, as the coronavirus outbreak devastates the aviation industry.

The cuts will be made at Singapore Airlines and its SilkAir and Scoot units. Discussions are underway with unions and arrangements will be finalized as soon as possible, the carrier said in a statement late Thursday.

The job losses are the first at Singapore Airlines since the SARS outbreak in 2003.

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