Dutch national carrier KLM said potential flight delays and passenger inconvenience “have been minimized” after only a “few dozen” cabin crew joined a Sept. 15 strike called by the VNC union in a dispute over salary increases. The airline had previously urged VNC members not to heed the call, especially as KLM faces potential operational problems as a result of adverse weather conditions in recent days as the remnants of a severe Atlantic storm blew over Western ...

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