Six unions representing French pilots and cabin crew announced Saturday a four-day strike starting Nov. 5 to protest taxes on various job-related perks, sending a fresh blow to travelers after strikes over pension reforms disrupted flights across France in October (ATW Daily News, Oct. 20). Perks such as reduced fares, hotel room rates and airport parking would be subject to tax, the main Air France pilot union, SNPL, told AFP. The SNPNC union, which represents 25% of AF flight ...

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