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Singapore Airlines group to lay off 2,400 employees due to COVID-19


Singapur, Sep 11 (EFE/EPA).- Singapore Airlines has announced that it will have to lay off some 2,400 employees due to the impact of COVID-19 and the forecast that international passenger volume will not recover until 2024.(Camera: WALLACE WOON)FOOTAGE SHOWS B-ROLL OF SINGAPORE AIRLINES PLANES IN SINGAPORE.

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