“The financial situation of SLA was unhealthy even before COVID-19,” the Finance Ministry said.
“Accordingly, SLA management was expected to reduce SLA operational costs including lease payment renegotiation,…collective agreement renegotiations to remove unfavourable conditions such as reduction of the number of crew members in a flight, right-sizing the workforce by introducing a voluntary retirement scheme (VRS)…”
Sri Lankan Airlines lost 44.02 billion rupees in 2019, according to Finance Ministry data.
(economynext.com)Sri Lankan Airlines to lose Rs. 34b in 2020
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