Japan Airlines, which is in a difficult business environment due to the influence of the new coronavirus, will significantly reduce the hiring of new graduates in 2022, which is scheduled to join the company in April next year, following April.
Flight attendants, airport staff, and mechanics are limited to hiring see-off pilots and disabled people.
Japan Airlines expects a final deficit of 300 billion yen in this year's financial results, and it is still difficult to predict when the infection will end, so it is appropriate to continue the business with the current personnel system. It is said that it was judged.
ANA Holdings, with the exception of pilots, will not hire major airlines in 2022.