Strike will disrupt air traffic on Thursday 9 June. Employees demand higher wages to counter inflation. Journalist Paul-Luc Meunier lives from Roissy Airport.
Thursday, June 9, air traffic is disrupted due to the airport staff strike. Flights have already been cancelled. “Two lanes will be closed purely and simply between 7am and 2pm. As a result, one in four flights here in Roissy are cancelled (Seine-Saint-Denis) “,” journalist Paul-Luc Meunier, transferred live from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport. Flights from Air France and EasyJet companies will therefore be canceled, and other airports in the region are likely to be affected by the rebound
The strike movement concerns airport employees, but also all subcontractors. “Concretely, here, that means it can affect 800 companies, 90,000 employees.”The journalist explains. They are all asking for salary increases. Unions are demanding a 300-euro increase to counter inflation.
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