Spanish air traffic controllers were set to strike Wednesday as part of the broader general strike while Belgian controllers launched a 24-hr. wildcat strike from 1400 local time Tuesday, halting air service to and from that country. Last week, French controllers struck for a day. Iberia said it expected to operate 35% of its regularly scheduled flights Wednesday while Ryanair announced that it cancelled all its Spanish domestic flights and most of its international services. Lufthansa ...

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