Airlines call for Single European Sky air traffic control to stop French strike disruption: Guardian

France-map-web-300x228Airlines that have been campaigning for Britain to remain in the EU are to join forces after the referendum to demand strike-busting European control of French airspace, according to the Guardian newspaper.

Ryanair and easyJet, alongside British Airways’ owner IAG, Lufthansa and others, will press for air traffic controllers from neighbouring countries such as Germany to manage French skies during strikes, which have led to the cancellation of thousands of flights this year and could trigger further disruption this summer.


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