European flights face a possible disruption Wednesday as 40 unions from 23 countries plot a Europe-wide action to protest austerity measures and job cuts. The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) claims that austerity measures create a “social emergency,” prompting it to call for a “European Day of Action and Solidarity.” A number of major European airlines, including British Airways (BA), easyJet (U2), Ryanair (FR) and Vueling (VY), have warned of possible ...

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