Air France anticipates a worsening of its ongoing cabin crew strike on July 30, as more staff joins the dispute. The company said July 29 that 42% of cabin crew is now on strike, up from around 37% earlier in the week. This breaks down into 44% of staff on long-haul services and 38% on medium-haul. The French flag carrier said it expects to operate some 80% of services July 30. Earlier in the week, the figure was 90%. The company anticipates that 90% of its long-haul flights will operate ...

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