Chief executive of budget carrier easyJet Johan Lundgren has warned French authorities that tourists could “go elsewhere” if strikes at airports are not addressed. “The social movement has had consequences for 10 million travellers, 64,000 people have had their flights cancelled per day of the strike. This is unacceptable,” Lundgren told state-funded news agency Agence-France Presse (AFP). The country has seen waves of strikes and protests against the government’s reform of pension laws and the raising of the retirement age from 62 to 64. Air traffic controllers have joined other transport sector workers in the walk-outs, which have prompted the
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