EasyJet said over 1,000 more flights were canceled in June than in the same month in 2017, mainly because of French and Italian air traffic control (ATC) strikes. The UK LCC said there were 1,263 cancellations in June 2018, equivalent to around 2.7% of planned capacity and up on the 213 experienced in June 2017. Around 900 were because of French and Italian industrial action, with a further 150 attributed to adverse weather conditions and ATC restrictions. Irish LCC Ryanair said on ...

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