Air France KLM Group estimated the net impact on operating income associated with the recently concluded five-day strike by AF cabin crew at some €60 million ($86.5 million). The figure reflects an €80 million loss in revenue offset by a €20 million reduction in costs linked mainly to fuel. The estimate will be refined at a later stage, the carrier said in a statement. AF cabin staff were on strike Oct. 25-29 over pay and working conditions. The airline's flight schedule ...

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