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JetBlue sees progress in minimising layoffs

Bloomberg

JetBlue Airways Corp expects to avoid involuntary job
cuts among at least some
employee groups because enough workers have accepted voluntary leave or early-out programs to match the carrier’s scaled-down
operations.
More than enough volunteers have come forward in the customer support department, the airline said in a memo to workers seen by Bloomberg News.
JetBlue also confirmed an agreement not to furlough any pilots involuntarily until
May 1, in exchange for unspecified short-term contract
concessions to help cut operating expenses.

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