The latest French air traffic control (ATC) strike has caused a record-breaking 1,500 flight cancellations, according to estimates by commercial aviation group Airlines for Europe (A4E). The industry body, which represents Europe’s biggest airlines, said the March 6-10 walkout affected more than 1 million passengers and led to more than 320,000 minutes—or 5,300 hours—of delays. A4E managing director Thomas Reynaert described the impact on passengers as ...

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