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Flights disrupted as French air traffic controllers strike

Hundreds of flights to France or which cross the country's airspace were cancelled due to the 14th strike by French air traffic controllers this year, called to protest labour law reforms made law in July.

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French police pursue suspected drone pilots

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Unions say management has promised no action will be taken against pilots or cabin crew not wishing to fly to affected regions.

Air France suspends flights to Sierra Leone over Ebola fears

The airline said it has temporarily halted its three weekly flights to Freetown at the request of the French government.

Air France joins other airlines in suspension of flights to Tel Aviv

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French air traffic strike comes to an end

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