EasyJet to remove row of seats so it can fly with fewer crew

Airline to cut capacity of Airbus A319 planes as it faces staff shortage amid Covid pandemic

EasyJet plans to remove seats in some of its planes this summer as part of a strategy to cut the number of staff it needs.

Employers across the economy have complained of difficulty recruiting staff at the salaries they are willing to pay, and airlines are struggling to meet the increased demand as international travel restarts in earnest after Covid-19 lockdowns.

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