Airline operations were severely disrupted across Europe because of a strike led by French air traffic controllers protesting plans for a "single sky," on June 19. The French stoppage was scheduled to last 16 hours. ATC personnel also went on strike in Greece, for five hours. Their Hungarian and Italian colleagues stopped work for two hours and one hour, respectively. Further chaos is expected today because of a general strike of civil servants in Spain. France's civil aviation ...
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