German air traffic controllers, represented by the GdF union, called off their 6-hr. strike planned for Tuesday after the Deutsche Flugsicherung, the country’s air navigation services provider, agreed to mediation at the last minute. The DFS had tried to prevent the walkout through a court injunction but a judge rejected the appeal and cleared the way for the strike to proceed. The strike would have affected about 3,000 flights and some 400,000 passengers, according to the BDL air ...

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