Israel's Flagship Airline El Al to Lay Off 200

The airline warns that the layoffs are only a 'first step' in cost-cutting move; El Al employs about 5,800 people, of whom 2,000 are temporary workers.

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El Al plans to lay off some 200 employees who were hired on a temporary basis or on personal contracts, as the airline seeks to reduce costs and cope with growing competition.