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Spanish ATC To Strike In June

May 27, 2015

Spanish air traffic controllers are to strike over four days in June in a dispute over penalties given to controllers for a strike in 2010.
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Spanish ATC To Strike In June

Belgian Flights Halted After ATC Power Failure

May 27, 2015

More than 200 flights in and out of Belgium were cancelled or diverted on Wednesday after a power surge disabled the operations of Belgocontrol, the domestic air traffic controller.
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Belgian Flights Halted After ATC Power Failure

Pilot Strike At SAS Continues

May 26, 2015

A strike by some pilots at Scandinavian airline SAS continued for a sixth day on Tuesday and may escalate, a spokesman for the striking staff said.
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Pilot Strike At SAS Continues

Delta Offers Free Flights For Stranded Amtrak Passengers

May 15, 2015

Delta Air Lines has offered Amtrak customers, whose tickets were cancelled because of Tuesday's train crash in Philadelphia, that they can fly between New York and Boston or Washington for free on Delta's shuttle service for the next four days.
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Delta Offers Free Flights For Stranded Amtrak Passengers

Rome Airport Terminal Reopens After Fire

May 8, 2015

Rome's Fiumicino airport reopened its main international terminal on Friday after a fire damaged the building and forced airlines to cancel dozens of flights.
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Rome Airport Terminal Reopens After Fire

Court Injunction Blocks Allegiant Pilot Strike

May 3, 2015

A US judge has said pilots at Allegiant Air do not have grounds to strike, granting a preliminary injunction making a strike unlawful.
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Court Injunction Blocks Allegiant Pilot Strike

TAP Pilot Strike Effect Limited So Far

May 1, 2015

Portugal's state-owned flag carrier TAP said that 75 percent of scheduled flights had operated on the first morning of a 10-day strike by pilots.
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TAP Pilot Strike Effect Limited So Far

Portugal Appeals To TAP Pilots On Eve Of Strike

April 30, 2015

The Portuguese government has appealed to pilots at TAP to call off a 10-day strike that it says would damage tourism and could ruin the airline, scuppering a sale process scheduled to start next month.
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Portugal Appeals To TAP Pilots On Eve Of Strike

EU Passengers' Rights Proposal Seen At Risk

April 29, 2015

The European Commission is considering "all options" regarding a stalled proposal to bolster the rights of stranded air passengers, which could ultimately lead to the withdrawal of the package, officials say.
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EU Passengers' Rights Proposal Seen At Risk

Ryanair Boss Eyes 10-15 Percent Cut In Fares

April 27, 2015

Ryanair expects its fares to drop by between 10 and 15 percent over the next two years as it passes on the benefits of lower oil prices.
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Ryanair Boss Eyes 10-15 Percent Cut In Fares