Although most Spanish airports are getting back to normal many thousands of passengers remain stranded as airlines struggle to clear the backlog of the air traffic controllers’ strike that paralysed the country for more than two days. Iberia, the Spanish flag carrier, cancelled all of their flights over the weekend, Ryanair cancelled 450 and Easyjet more than 100, and even with the resumption of services on Saturday night many aircraft and crew were not where they needed to be and had to be flown in from other parts of the country. Transport and development minister José Blanco said it would
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