Flybe has warned that it plans to axe another 500 jobs in the latest round of cost-cutting at the struggling regional airline business.
The carrier's new chief executive, Saad Hammad, will also review unprofitable routes and bases and improve aircraft and crew utilisation.
The measures are expected to save the airline £26 million a year from next year, on top of previous initiatives to save #40 million this year and £45 million in 2014/15.
Consultation with trade union and staff association representatives on the proposals will start shortly.
The British Airline Pilots' Association (Balpa) said it was shocked by the announcement and called on the Government to play its part by reducing the impact of Air Passenger Duty.
The airline's half-year results showed it grew passenger numbers by 5.6% to 4.3 million, while it returned to profit with a surplus of £13.8 million.
The carrier's new chief executive, Saad Hammad joined Flybe in August.
Flybe currently employs around 2,700 people, with some 650 staff having left the business since last January.