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  • EasyJet's axe-wielding smacks of opportunism | Nils PratleyLaying off ˜up to 30% of the workforce seems extreme if we all start flying againNobody can be surprised that easyJet plans to cut jobs every airline is doing so. But a ratio of up to 30% of the entire workforce sounds extreme. Michael O'Leary at Ryanair, who rarely does things by halves, opted for 15%, and has suggested in recent days that the final figure could be lower. EasyJet explained that levels of market demand seen in 2019 are not likely to be reached again until 2023.

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