Spain's Military to Take Control of Air Space as Controllers Start Protest
Spain’s Deputy Prime Minister Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba said the military will take control of the country’s air space after air traffic controllers started a protest today that blocked flights throughout the country.
Air traffic controllers have been ordered to return to their positions, Rubalcaba said today in Madrid.
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