Philippine Airlines (PAL) has announced 2,600 job cuts as it looks to restructure its operations in a bid to reduce losses.  The airline is planning to outsource jobs in departments such as catering and passenger handling as part of its turnaround plan. The carrier said staff affected by the cuts can still be employed by the firms contracted to provide those services.  Philippine Airlines reported losses of $10.6m for the first quarter.
 
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