French Air Traffic Controllers Go On Strike

BRUSSELS—French air traffic controllers went on strike Sept. 15 in protest over Parliament-approved labor reforms in France. Hundreds of flights in France had to be cancelled, and many more suffered delays. Brussels-based lobby group Airlines for Europe (A4E) and IATA both condemned the walkout...

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