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Air France passengers worldwide set to suffer in pilot strike

ysabel

/ˈɪzəˌbɛl/ pink 5
Gotta love that "right to go on strike" protected by our constitution. :hah:

This week we have several "manifestations" (including a European one, but they stage it here because we're holding the current EU presidency). It's so common here that no one is surprised anymore. They just deal with the consequences/effects especially if it's the public transport section that does it. Of course it'll be different for foreigners affected (on place tourists and other AF users). It can be a pain in the arse, but I respect the expression of this right. I think KLM was aware that it's one of the things they'll have to deal with when they merged with AF. While they recognise this right, they can of course, still express their dissatisfaction with it.
 
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