Glasgow, UK. 30th Apr, 2020.
Pictured: Storm clouds gather as British Airways ground crews service the collection of 14 grounded Airbus A319/A320 & A321 aircraft which have been parked on the Glasgow Airport’s second runway since the start of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown. The global airline industry has since gone into meltdown with some airlines going bust and others like BA asking for government financial assistance. To date BA has announced it is axing almost 12,000 staff. Credit: Colin D Fisher/CDFIMAGES.COM
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BRITISH AIRWAYS CUTS QUARTER STAFF AS LOCKDOWN BITES, BA JETS GROUNDED CAUSE MORE CASH FLOW PROBLEMS, GROUNDED BRITISH AIRWAYS JETS PARKED AT GLASGOW AIRPORT, BUSINESS DOWNTURN FOR BRITISH AIRWAYS, GROUND CREWS TEND TO GROUNDED DBRITISH AIRWAYS PLANES, BRITISH AIRWAYS AXES STAFF, BRITISH AIRWAYS PROBLEMS AS AIRLINE IN TROUBLE
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- Lockdown: BA ground crews service grounded jets during airline restructuring, Glasgow, 30 April 2020