Air France flights disrupted by second day of strikes

Air France is expecting further delays today due to ongoing strike action by several unions.
The airline said that pilot, cabin and ground crew were going ahead with a second day of strike action following yesterday’s stoppages.
The airline said it expected the strikes to affect 40% of long-haul flights, 35% of medium-haul flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle and 25% of short-haul flights from Paris Orly and French provinces.
Two more days of two-day stoppages are planned over the coming weeks.

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