British Airways grounding all flights from Gatwick Airport because of coronavirus pandemic – The Sun


BRITISH Airways is grounding all its flights from Gatwick Airport because of the coronavirus pandemic, it emerged last night.

In an email to staff on Monday, the airline’s Gatwick managing director Adam Carson also told workers they can “expect to hear more soon” about potential job losses.

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The move came after easyJet halted its entire fleet.

Mr Carson said: “Due to the considerable restrictions and challenging market environment, like many other airlines, we will temporarily suspend our flying schedule at Gatwick.

“I know you will have concerns and questions about what this means for you.

“I appreciate there is a desire for more detail about jobs and you should expect to hear more soon.”

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