Ryanair cancelled about 400 flights, about 12.5% of its operations due to another strike call by the French air traffic controllers, amounting to almost 40 days of strikes this year. Most of the cancelled flights were not departing from or flying to France. Blaming the European Commission for the cancelations, Michael O’Leary, Chief Executive, Ryanair said: “People flying across France are having their flights unnecessarily canceled because the European Commission… will not take action.” Recently, Ryanair submitted a petition signed by over 1.1 million customers, calling for the Commission to protect France overflights “We’re calling on the Commission today for

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