Air France will limit job cuts to 1,000 from its original plan to cut 2,900 jobs as part of its cost-cutting measures in 2016-17. The job cuts will be voluntary, but only if a union agreement can been reached by January 2016, CEO Frédéric Gagey told reporters after a Central Works Council meeting Thursday evening. Gagey told Reuters that Air France has seen an improvement in its operations since the summer, but needs to press ahead with restructuring to reach medium-term ...

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