British Airways will shed 1,200 jobs after acquiring BMI

04/13/2012 | Air Transport World

With its acquisition of British Midland International, British Airways is beginning the process of slashing some 1,200 jobs. The painful move will save 1,500 other jobs because BMI was in danger of going under before the merger, officials note. "BMI is heavily loss-making and is not a viable business as it stands today," said British Airways CEO Keith Williams.

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