Air France is bracing for a third day of industrial action among its cabin crew on July 29, although it is expecting to maintain more than 80% of flights. The walkout over a new collective agreement began on July 27 and is expected to run until Aug. 2. On the first day of the action, Air France was expecting to operate at least 87% of its flights, followed by 80% on day two. The French carrier has said operations are running in line with forecasts. “On Friday, July 29, 2016, Air ...

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