Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky at The New York Occasions Dealbook occasion on November 6, 2019.Credit score: Mike Cohen/ The New York TimesAirbnb CEO Brian Chesky mentioned the corporate is ready to chop its price range deeper this 12 months if the coronavirus pandemic continues to weigh on its enterprise. In latest months, the corporate endured a spherical of layoffs, instituted a hiring freeze and suspended advertising because of the Covid-19 disaster, however there may very well be room for additional cuts to its expenditures on Amazon’s cloud-computing service, Chesky mentioned in an interview on Monday with CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa. “There are nonetheless alternatives on Amazon Net Companies (AWS) and customer support to get extra environment friendly in how we use information, how we deal with contacts,” Chesky mentioned. “So we’ll proceed to make the enterprise extra environment friendly, however the enterprise is unquestionably fairly lean at this second.”It is unclear how a lot Airbnb spends with AWS, however the firm will seemingly disclose the determine when it recordsdata to go public. Chesky advised CNBC that the pandemic put its plans to go public on maintain, and the corporate will await market situations to enhance earlier than transferring ahead.”We’re not ruling out going public this 12 months, however we’re not committing,” Chesky mentioned. “We wish the world to be prepared for Airbnb and that signifies that journey must see a bit extra to remain in restoration.”Airbnb was hit notably onerous in the course of the pandemic, as practically each state within the U.S. was on lockdown and air journey was suspended. In May, the corporate laid off practically 1,900 staff, or about 25% of the corporate. Chesky warned on the time that Airbnb’s income is forecast to be lower than half of what it earned in 2019. Previous to that, Airbnb in March introduced a hiring freeze for all roles and paused its advertising.Since then, home journey has began to choose up once more and Airbnb has seen a bump in bookings, reviving hopes that the corporate might nonetheless pursue a 2020 IPO.