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Thousands of flights canceled in Europe due to air traffic controllers’ strike

More than 2,000 flights were canceled at European airports on April 25 due to a strike by air traffic controllers in France. This was reported by the Association of European Air Carriers Airlines for Europe.

According to her, about a thousand more planes will change their route to avoid French airspace.

At French airports, passengers are advised to check their flight status in advance and prepare for significant delays. At the Paris Air Harbor. Charles de Gaulle 55% of flights have been canceled today, and 75% at Orly airport. At regional airports, such as Marseille-Provence, the strike will affect 65% of flights.

France’s aviation unions are unhappy with plans to reorganize the air traffic control system to “increase efficiency” and cut staff.

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