The company plans to offer its employees a buyout offer of voluntary resignation for the second time so far this year. The aircraft manufacturer, hit hard by the new crown epidemic, further stepped up its layoff efforts after announcing a target of 10% layoffs in April. David Calhoun, Boeing’s chief executive, said in a letter to employees on Monday that he would offer voluntary buyout offers to employees in commercial aircraft, services and operations. Boeing will begin releasing more details to employees on August 24. < / P > < p > “I really hope that the current market demand can support the size of our employees.” “But unfortunately, voluntary layoffs are a difficult and necessary measure to adapt to the new reality, maintain liquidity and ultimately restore growth,” Calhoun said < p > < p > due to the new coronavirus epidemic, the demand for air travel has dropped sharply, and aircraft sales have been impacted. Boeing is eager to lay off staff. Boeing is trying to maintain cash flow as the global aviation industry faces a slow and uncertain recovery.