French air traffic controllers (ATCs) are set to begin a 35-hour strike from 7 p.m. May 8, the third national ATC strike in Europe this year, according to Airlines for Europe (A4E). The strikes are part of a national public sector strike. The French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) asked airlines flying to and from several airports in France to reduce flight schedules by 30% in advance of the strike, forcing the cancellation of around 550 flights by A4E airlines, impacting around 75,000 ...

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