Alitalia air transport employees gather for a protest rally March 20 at Rome’s Fiumicino airport.
European travelers have been hit by yet another wave of strike action, as Italy’s air traffic controllers and air transport workers, as well as Air France’s cabin crew, stage separate protests. Airlines for Europe (A4E) warned that a four-hour Italian air traffic control (ATC) strike on March 20 was expected to cause more than 500 cancellations, flight delays and “extensive rescheduling.” “Just days after a week of disruption in France, this new strike will ...
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