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Aer Lingus have confirmed lay-offs from Covid-19

An unspecified number of Aer Lingus staff have been laid off due to the Covid-19 crisis.

The airline company stated that the decision was made from a collapse in aviation traffic from the Covid-19 crisis.

Aer Lingus stated that they were in contact with a number of fixed-term contractors in March saying that their planned appointments as permanent seasonal contractors were being deferred.

Aer Lingus have not stated how many people were laid off.


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