Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Ceske Aerolinie AS, the unprofitable Czech state carrier, will dismiss as many as 100 pilots as part of a streamlining of the airline, the company said.
The airline will start to dismiss pilots gradually starting this week, Ceske Aerolinie, or CSA, said in an e-mailed statement.
CSA had to cancel flights last week as some pilots didn’t show up for work to protest continuing restructuring of the company.
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