Finnair Seeks “clear” Personnel Savings

Finnair has further defined its cost savings plans as it prepares to discuss collective labour agreements with its flying, customer service, cargo and technical personnel. The airline says it is seeking “clear savings in personnel costs” as part of its €60m savings programme. Finnair said the primary aim was to “identify saving methods that would not impact base salary, but would nonetheless decrease company costs”. It has already begun discussions with labour groups and their respective labour unions on methods and schedules by which the saving targets could be reached, including a review of how compensation and working time structures could be renewed.

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