Deregulations French airports by traffic controllers strike
Monday, April 2, 2012
PARIS - A strike by air traffic controllers on Monday caused disruption of air traffic in France. This representatives of various French airports reported. So far, several dozen flights fell, mainly on regional airports.
Paris Orly airport in particular suffered from the strike. At Charles de Gaulle Airport, home of the international network of Air France, the consequences remained confined to a few delays. The air traffic controllers are protesting against a proposed reorganization.