Senate report says strikes and outdated ATC equipment cost airlines €300m a year

French air traffic control causes one-third of flight delays in Europe each year, at a cost of about €300m (£263m) to airlines, according to a French parliamentary report.

Strikes by controllers and outages caused by antiquated equipment have been blamed for the disruption to aviation, the senate’s finance committee said.

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