UK Airline Cuts 10% of its Flight Between March and October, Grapples with the Increased Demand

British Airways said it is cutting 10 per cent of its flights between March and October due in part to a shortage in air crew. This means that the forecasted rise to 85% of pre pandemic level this year will go down to 80%. Due to the pandemic, the airline slashed around 10,000 staff which makes coping with the demand now difficult for the airline. The airline previously announced plans to hire roughly 6,000 staff.

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