Airline disruptions will last the rest of the day, says Skeyes

Thursday, 21 March 2019 18:09
Airline disruptions will last the rest of the day, says Skeyes PXhere
Skeyes expects that the consequences of strikes held on Thursday by air traffic controllers will extend into the day and into the night, a spokesman said this afternoon.
Skeyes could not, however, elaborate on the number of staff members who did not work.

The actions of the air traffic controllers have caused severe disruption at various airports across the country. Brussels Airlines cancelled 10 flights to European destinations and announced delays of over two hours on some flights. 

It is unclear at this time the impact - if any - they will have on Friday. 

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