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Lockdowns Halt Europe’s Air-Travel Recovery, Threaten Jobs

  • Eurocontrol chief says tentative revival now ‘going backwards’
  • Airbus, KLM workers warned to expect new employment hit
A passenger aircraft takes off from Madrid Barajas airport in Madrid.

A passenger aircraft takes off from Madrid Barajas airport in Madrid.

Photographer: Paul Hanna/Bloomberg
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The demise of Europe’s air-travel rebound and a fresh warning on jobs from Airbus SE are adding to evidence that the region’s aviation industry is in for a tough winter.