Ryanair has launched a Europe-wide petition for the European Union to intervene in strikes by French air traffic controllers. The carrier wants one million signatories to back its condemnation of “repeated inaction by the EU Commission under Ursula von der Leyen” in the wake of the strikes. The petition was emailed to Ryanair passengers on March 20 and exhorted recipients to “call on EU Commission President von der Leyen to take action to protect flights from avoidable disruptions this summer”. According to the airline, the strikes have in 2023 delayed or caused the cancellation of flights for around a million
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