Australia's Qantas airline plans to cut at least 6,000 jobs. Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, operations of aviation companies around the world is almost at a standstill.
Australia's largest airline has also been affected by the epidemic. In addition, Qantas has decided to extend the leave to its 15,000 employees.
Qantas on Thursday announced cutting its costs by billions of dollars and raising new capital. Apart from this, the company intends to make 100 of its aircraft stand for a year or more. The company is also going to remove its six remaining Boeing 747 aircraft immediately. The airline's chief executive, Alan Joycey, said that the airline has now become 'smaller' due to lower-income over the past few years. He said that there has been a big hurdle in the career of the employees who have been sent on leave. He said that the steps we are taking will affect thousands of our people.
Tell that more than 95 lakh people have been infected with the coronavirus in the world and 4 lakh 84 thousand patients have lost their lives. So far 51 lakh people have defeated this infection. Maximum 24 lakh 62 thousand infected are in America. 1 lakh 24 thousand people have died here, 11 lakh 92 thousand people have been infected in Brazil and about 54 thousand people have stopped breathing.
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