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With future strikes planned, French air traffic employees have grounded 1,000 aircraft.

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More than a thousand flights have been canceled as a consequence of the French air traffic controllers’ strike, which has interrupted the travel plans of several passengers.

A French air traffic control strike has canceled more than a thousand flights, disrupting the schedules of hundreds of thousands of passengers.

The strike began at 6 a.m. on September 16 and will end at the same time on September 17. Airlines have forced to modify aircraft routes and reroute to avoid French airspace.

French aviation regulator DGAC warned of “serious” delays and encouraged airlines to cancel half their flights before the protest. Travel arrangements have been delayed.

The DGAC has warned that there would most likely be flight cancellations in addition to significant delays.

The French air traffic controllers union has announced that they would be going on strike for an extra three days, which is horrible news for passengers.

On September 28, 29, and 30, workers are planning to go on strike for three consecutive days.

On Friday, about 50% of Air France’s shorter and medium-range flights, in addition to 10% of the airline’s longer-range flights, had been canceled.

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