French air traffic control strikes suspended

Thursday, Sep 22, 2022 0

Another planned walkout in late September by French air traffic controllers has been postponed.

A strike was planned on 28, 29, and 30 September.

French union SNCTA called off the strike action after agreement was reached with management, the Times reports

Airlines had been braced for more chaos after hundreds of flights were grounded.

It also affected overflying in French airspace.

Many departures from the UK were scrapped.

Air traffic controllers are in dispute over wages, saying increases are not keeping pace with record inflation.



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