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WestJet cuts jobs, slashes flight capacity in struggle to deal with pandemic

The Calgary-based airline said Friday that up to 1,000 of its employees will face furloughs, temporary layoffs, unpaid leave and reduced hours, while it will slash flight capacity by about a third as the coronavirus pandemic rages on, impacting travel. The company will also implement a hiring freeze. (The Logic) 

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