About 2,000 flights are set to be canceled on Thursday as the strike by French air traffic controllers (ATC) goes into a second day. According to Bloomberg, 1,600 flights were canceled on Wednesday, the first day of the strike. The French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) had requested carriers to cancel about 40% of their scheduled flights on Wednesday. For Thursday, DGAC told airlines to cancel as many as 50% of the 4,000 scheduled services. SNCTA, France biggest air traffic controllers ...

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