Air France expects to maintain close to 80% of flights on July 28, the second day of a cabin crew strike. Cabin crew, represented by the SNPNC-FO and UNSA-PNC, began a walkout July 27 and plan to strike until Aug. 2 over a new collective agreement for the period November 2016 to March 2018. On the eve of the strike, Air France hoped to maintain more than 87% of flights on July 27, including 92% of long-haul flights, 90% of domestic services, and more than 80% of its medium-haul network to ...

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