A nationwide strike action will shut down much of Argentina’s air travel capabilities Sept. 25, as aviation-sector employees are expected to join the country’s public transportation and port workers in a full-day protest called by Argentina’s major labor unions. As of 6 p.m. EST Sept. 24, at least 440 flights have been preemptively canceled, with Aerolineas Argentinas and its domestic subsidiary Austral Lineas Aereas bearing the brunt of the work stoppage, according to ...

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