Air France pilots may strike this weekend

Pilots plan a strike for February 22 to 25

After a strike by French air traffic controllers in January, air passengers must once again prepare for delays. This time it is the pilots of Air France who have thrown a strike notice on the table.

According to the news service Bloomberg, the pilots have called a strike for February 22 to 25.

The action is connected to a transfer of some services to Transavia, a Dutch low-cost airline owned by Air France-KLM.

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[image courtesy Air France]


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