Eurostar aims to cut 80 jobs as traffic suffers after attacks

Eurostar aims to cut 80 jobs as traffic suffers after attacks
 

Train operator Eurostar wants to cut 80 jobs this year as it struggles with weak traffic on the service that links Britain with continental Europe after a string of deadly attacks in Paris and Brussels, a spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
The company could not confirm British media reports saying Eurostar would cut two daily trains to Paris and one to Brussels when it unveils its 2017 timetables in December, the spokeswoman said.
"Nothing has been finalised yet," she said. "We're looking at all the different options."
"But we are offering voluntary redundancies, that's... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Business, Views: 39
Source: Reuters
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