1. Flight Centre to cut 6000 jobs worldwide  Sky News Australia
  2. Flight Centre to cut 3,800 Australian jobs after airlines suspended travel amid coronavirus crisis  Daily Mail
  3. Flight Centre to stand down thousands of local staff due to coronavirus  9News
  4. The Flight Centre Travel Group (ASX:FLT) to stand down 6000 workers  Finance News Network
  5. Flight Centre to stand down or sack 6000  Courier Mail
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Flight Centre will stand down 6,000 support and sales staff, 3,800 from Australia, as airlines across the globe suspend travel.Flight Centre will stand down 6,000 support and sales staff, 3,800 from Australia, as airlines across the globe suspend travel.

Flight Centre to cut 3,800 Australian jobs after airlines suspended travel amid coronavirus crisis | Daily Mail Online

It follows similar moves by other travel businesses, including Qantas, Virgin Australia and Helloworld.It follows similar moves by other travel businesses, including Qantas, Virgin Australia and Helloworld.

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More than 3,500 Flight Centre employees will be temporarily stood down, while the retail group behind Smiggle and Peter Alexander will shut all its stores until the end of April and stop paying rent amid the fallout of coronavirus.More than 3,500 Flight Centre employees will be temporarily stood down, while the retail group behind Smiggle and Peter Alexander will shut all its stores until the end of April and stop paying rent.

Flight Centre to stand down thousands of workers due to coronavirus, Smiggle among stores closing until May - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

26 Mar 2020 - The Flight Centre Travel Group (ASX:FLT) is to stand down around 6,000 support and sales roles either temporarily or permanently, including 3,800 people in Australia.

The Flight Centre Travel Group (ASX:FLT) to stand down 6,000 workers | Finance News Network

“Flight Centre To Stand Down 3,800 Workers As Travel Bans Cripple Industry https://t.co/uy6TBQn17q”

Sandra Sully on Twitter: "Flight Centre To Stand Down 3,800 Workers As Travel Bans Cripple Industry https://t.co/uy6TBQn17q"

“BREAKING: 3800 Australian Flight Centre staff temporarily stood down @7NewsBrisbane”

Georgie Chumbley on Twitter: "BREAKING: 3800 Australian Flight Centre staff temporarily stood down @7NewsBrisbane"

“BREAKING: Flight Centre... about 6,000 support & sales roles to be lost globally either temporarily or permanently & including 3,800 people in Australia temporarily stood-down”

Julian Abbott on Twitter: "BREAKING: Flight Centre... about 6,000 support & sales roles to be lost globally either temporarily or permanently & including 3,800 people in Australia temporarily stood-down"

“Flight Centre requests a trading halt until Monday 30 March because of #coronavirus impact @abcnews @flightcentreAU”

Peter Ryan on Twitter: "Flight Centre requests a trading halt until Monday 30 March because of #coronavirus impact @abcnews @flightcentreAU… "

Travel company Flight Centre will stand down thousands of Australian staff as it tackles the coronavirus im...

Coronavirus: Flight centre to stand down 3800 Australian workers due to COVID-19 pandemic

Flight Centre is standing down 3800 workers in Australia as the travel industry continues to reel from the coronavirus pandemic. Flight Centre is standing down 3800 workers in Australia as the travel industry continues to reel from the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus: Flight Centre will temporarily stand down 3800 staff

A total of 6,000 Flight Centre support and sales roles across the globe will either be stood down or, in some instances, become redundant.A total of 6,000 Flight Centre support and sales roles across the globe will either be stood down or, in some instances, become redundant.

Flight Centre to stand down thousands of staff amidst coronavirus pandemic | SBS News

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Flight Centre has announced that 3800 of its support and sales staff around Australia will be stood down temporarily as the travel industry continues to be wrecked by the coronavirus.Flight Centre has announced that 3800 of its support and sales staff around Australia will be stood down temporarily as the travel industry continues to be wrecked by the coronavirus.

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