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Flydubai confirms redundancies

Posted 9 June 2020 · Add Comment

As reported by Arabian Aerospace at the weekend, Dubai's hybrid carrier Flydubai has begun its process of redundancies.

E-mails have been sent to flight crew inviting them to a meeting at  the Intercontinental hotel in Dubai's Festival City on Wednesday June 10.

The budget carrier follows other UAE carriers Emirates, Etihad, and Air Arabia in announcing redundancies.

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