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Low-cost carrier Wizz Air has replaced its flight operations chief after he was apparently recorded telling his team to draw up a redundancy list of pilots who were often sick or "caused grief" while sparing cheaper contract crew. In a letter to staff dated April 4, seen by Reuters, Wizz said its Head of Flight Operations Darwin Triggs was stepping down from his role after an investigation into "how the COVID-19 related redundancies were determined and carried out" last year. In the letter, the airline said an independent review of its handling of the redundancies found no indication it had acted unlawfully but "some factors may have been taken into account that were inconsistent with Wizz Air's culture of open and honest communication and its focus on employee opportunity."
Plague has joined pandemic as another catastrophe for 2021, although thankfully for the world this was just a mice infestation in Australia. The rodent plague did, however, leave pest control and hygiene group Rentokil Initial looking like Nostradamus, given an Australian business was part of its large run of acquisitions in 2020. The hygiene and pest control company was trading at record highs at the end of 2020, getting close to 600p, but has since dropped back to about 500p.
A look at the shareholders of Wizz Air Holdings Plc ( LON:WIZZ ) can tell us which group is most powerful. Generally...