Air France (AF) expects to operate a full schedule Thursday, following five days of disruptions owing to strike action called by some of the unions representing its cabin crew. The carrier’s flight attendants started the industrial action Oct. 29. AF said disturbances were “very limited” on Tuesday when 91% of scheduled AF flights operated and 82% of flights departed with less than 15 minutes’ delay. On Wednesday, about 92% of flights operated, including all ...

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