The strike movements continue in Europe, and hit the air traffic of the airline company Brussels Airlines hard.
This time, a strike by air traffic controllers was called in France, pushing the Belgian national company to cancel twelve of its flights last Thursday and Friday.
Brussels Airlines’ air traffic in France is likely to be impacted in the coming days if air traffic controllers do not receive an answer regarding their claim for a salary increase.
The union filing the strike notice last Friday threatened to prolong this movement during the last three days of the current month.
Recalling that Brussels Airlines had to face another strike movement during the two summer months, July and August, causing the cancellation of more than seven hundred flights.
It is also important to note that other air operators were also impacted by this strike, such as Air France which had to suspend 65% of its connections for two days.