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Air traffic controllers at Euro Airport plan to go on strike on Tuesday

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Delays feared in Basel

The air traffic controllers at Euro Airport want to go on strike on Tuesday

There could be delays in flight operations at Euro-Airport Basel-Mulhouse next Tuesday. The reason: air traffic controllers and maintenance workers want to go on strike.


The air traffic controllers at Euro Airport want to go on strike on Tuesday.

There will be a strike at Basel-Mulhouse Airport next Tuesday. The air traffic controllers and electrical engineers fear a planned restructuring of the technical maintenance service in the flight control center at Euro Airport. The maintenance service should be subordinated to the technical service in Strasbourg in the future, writes the “Basler Zeitung”.

“The unions object to such a withdrawal by the French state at an airport of this size,” criticize the unions. With nine million passengers a year, Mulhouse is a major airport in north-eastern France. In addition, Euro-Airport is also popular with many Swiss passengers, not only in the Basel region.

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