French air traffic controllers yesterday launched four days of industrial action, reportedly in protest of the European Commission's Single European Sky initiative that they claim could result in staffing cutbacks. The French DGAC released a statement ordering airlines to cancel 25% of their flights at Paris Charles de Gaulle and half at Orly from today through Saturday. Air France said it would be able to operate its entire long-haul schedule over the four-day period but that it planned to ...

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