Air France estimates the week-long cabin crew strike, which ended Aug. 2, will cost the company more than €90 million ($100.7 million). The airline said it had to cancel nearly 1,400 flights during the seven-day strike, affecting 180,000 customers. Over the course of the week, Air France managed to operate more than 80% of its short- and medium-haul services and more than 90% of long-haul flights. Services returned to normal Aug. 3, although the airline warned of possible last-minute ...

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