German air traffic controllers, represented by the country's Trade Union of Air Traffic Control (GdF Gewerkschaft der Flugsicherung), have threatened to press ahead with a 6-hr. strike Tuesday, after a walkout that had been planned last week was ruled illegal by a court (ATW Daily News, Aug. 4). The German air traffic control provider DFS again turned to the courts Monday trying to prevent the action. On its website, the GdF said its labor dispute with DFS was “unchanged” ...

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