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Tunisair Will Lay Off Approximately 1,000 Employees Starting This Year - CEO

By Dave Simpson

Tunisair plans to lay off approximately 1,000 of its employees during two or three years starting in 2022, its chief executive has said, as part of plans to ease financial difficulties at the state-owned Tunisian airline.

Urgent Demands To Be Restructured

Tunisair has been losing money every year since Tunisia's 2011 revolution, prompting urgent demands to be restructured.

Statement By CEO

"The company will return to its normal place and overcome difficulties by strengthening its fleet and an ambitious reform program," CEO Khaled Chelli said during the reception of a new A320neo aircraft.

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