Rolls-Royce is to cut 1,500 jobs in the East Midlands.
The news comes after the company confirmed in May that at least 9,000 jobs would be lost from its 52,000 strong workforce.
The firm has proposed the major reorganisation of its business to adapt to new reduced levels of demand from customers as a result of COVID-19.
The cuts will predominantly affect Rolls-Royce’s Civil Aerospace business, to which the Derby-based firm has started offering voluntary redundancy.
Outside of the East Midlands, jobs will also be lost in Solihull (175), Ansty (65), Inchinnan (700), Rotherham (100), Bristol (Civil), Washington (50), London Heathrow (50), Barnoldswick (200), Denby/Trentham (Ross Ceramics) (90).