Leaders of the Airlines for Europe (A4E) lobbying group have set out a series of proposed measures to reduce the impact of air traffic control (ATC) strikes. Meeting in Brussels, CEOs of A4E members noted there had been 20 strike days among European air traffic control organizations so far this year. Such actions, they said, particularly affected the tourism industry, a major industry in southern European nations that are experiencing high levels of unemployment. ATC strikes form an ...

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