4,200 apply for Malaysia Airlines’ layoff scheme

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Kuala Lumpur – Some 4,200 employees from Malaysia Airlines (MAS) have applied to leave under the Mutual Separation Scheme (MSS). Malaysia’s Business Times reported that the scheme has saved the carrier about US$92.6 million a year in labour cost. The scheme was offered to 18,000 permanent and confirmed employees worldwide. MAS aims to cut down about 3,000 to 5,000 employees.

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