Air France Recovery
Air France plans to rebound quickly from a flight attendant strike that began last Thursday and ended at midnight last night (Monday). The airline said it would be operating all of its long-haul flights out of Paris today, and 90 percent of its short- and medium-haul flights.
The airline kept pretty close to its predictions about performance during the strike. Sunday, 64 percent of flights operated; Monday the number had increased to 78 percent. Updates are at www.airfrance.com or, if you're in France trying to get out, call 0800 240 260.
Air France has been putting displaced passengers in hotels and offering refunds; the Web site has the nitty-gritty details.
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