French unions call for air transport strike

By REUTERS
February 3, 2012 22:04

 
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PARIS - French trade unions called for a four-day strike across the aviation sector from Monday to protest against a draft bill aimed at ensuring a minimum service for air travellers during industrial action.

The main pilots' union and Air France's top unions asked all staff on Friday to stage a walkout from Feb. 6-9.

Air France said on its website it would be forced to reduce its flights if the strike took place and did not exclude further last-minute cancellations and delays.

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