A six-day strike by one of France’s largest air traffic controllers’ unions, the UNSA-ICNA, is set to cause major disruption to flights throughout Europe. Starting on June 24, the strike coincides with the beginning of the European summer holiday season. The French CAA estimates that 20% of flights could be canceled, although some airlines believe the figure could be as high as 50%, based on similar action last year. Ryanair tweeted that it canceled 168 flights Tuesday. Air ...

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