French air traffic controllers SNCTA and German Gdf unions have postponed their strikes originally called for next week. The proposed actions were part of a protest against European Union (EU) plans for a Single European Sky (SES), which will be put to the vote in the European Parliament transport committee Jan. 30. SNCTA had called for a five-day strike between Jan. 27-31, and Germany’s Gdf, which had planned a solidarity strike for one hour on Jan. 29, also called it off. It is ...

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