French air traffic controllers will strike Wednesday and Thursday, disrupting flights at certain airports in France. The French Civil Aviation Authority DGAC has requested carriers to cancel about 40% of their scheduled flights and is expecting major flight interruptions, according to several media outlets. FedEx strikes deal to acquire TNT Express On Wednesday, Air France expects to operate 60% of its medium-haul flights to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. Its short-haul ...

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