Hong Kong’s flagship provider Cathay Pacific has stated it would minimize almost 600 jobs as a part of the airline’s largest restructuring in 20 years.
The cuts embrace 190 administration jobs and 400 non-management employees working at its head workplace in Hong Kong.
In March, the airline set a goal of saving 30% in worker prices at its head workplace after it posted its first annual loss in eight years.
The cuts are a part of a 3 12 months programme to show across the losses.
The airline stated in an announcement that the job cuts could be full by the top of the 12 months, with a lot of the affected staff to be told on Monday, and over the following month.