London City Airport has announced it is cutting up to 239 jobs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
It means more than a third of all roles at the airport will go, as part of “crucial restructuring plans”.
The airport was closed for nearly three months, from 25 March this year, as flights effectively shut down across the globe.
Chief executive Robert Sinclair announced the proposed job cuts “with huge regret”.
Mr Sinclair said “We…believe that the difficult decisions we are taking now will enable the airport to bounce back in a better shape when growth returns,” .