In the media | 20 Jul 2022

Financial Times: Aerospace industry grounded by lost jobs and lack of staff

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Oxford Economics, in conjunction with aviation trade bodies, shows that 2.3mn jobs have been lost across airlines, airports and civil aerospace groups since the outbreak of Covid-19 — a 21 per cent reduction compared with pre-pandemic levels.

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