TROUBLED British Airways could run flights at 50 per cent capacity for the next three years in a bid to save claw back costs.

The plans could come into effect from July – weeks after the airline was forced to get rid of 12,000 workers as it struggles with the coronavirus crisis.

BA and Aer Lingus owners International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) said they are burning through cash and may not resume full capacity until 2023.

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