Pressure on Air France management increased Monday as the pilot strike entered the second week. “Disrupting flight operations for seven days on Monday [will mean] catastrophic consequences for the company’s customers, staff and financial situation,” Air France said in a statement Monday. It said the strike is generating an operating loss of up to €20 million ($26 million) per day, plus customer compensations and the impact of gradual recovery in traffic following the ...

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