Air France Has EU90 Million Hit on First Strike With New CE0By
Flight attendant strike ran seven days, hit 180,000 passengers
Deteriorating environment already has Janaillac in hot seat
Air France-KLM Group’s said a seven-day strike by flight attendants cost it 90 million euros ($101 million) and affected 180,000 passengers in the first walkout under Chief Executive Officer Jean-Marc Janaillac, putting further pressure on future profits as the new CEO copes with a climate that’s seen terrorism fears cut into traffic.
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