The Finnish national carrier Finnair plans to reduce around a hundred jobs among its cabin crew staff.
The possible dismissals would materialise at the beginning of 2014 at the earliest.
This is when the staff’s protection against unilateral termination ends.
According toa Thursday announcement, the co-determination talks - which started in June - have now ended. Initially the airline had set the need for reductions at 120 employees.
According to Finnair, the need for dismissals may still go down further. The final figure will depend on the developments in the airline business as well as on how many staff will leave the company through retirement, the company says.
As Finnair sees it, the amount of available work is declining as the airline is handing over routes to Flybe Finland as a transfer of business.
Finnair employs around 1,700 cabin crew in Finland.