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Paris Airport to Return to Normal as Labor Strife Hits Elsewhere

Queues of passengers in the departure hall at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, on July 2.
Queues of passengers in the departure hall at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, on July 2.Photographer: Benjamin Girette/Bloomberg
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Traffic at Paris’s main airport is expected to return to normal on Sunday after some workers called a halt to a strike there, even as travel disruptions appear set to continue across Europe.

After as many as a fifth of flights were canceled for parts of Friday and Saturday, Aeroports de Paris, which operates Charles de Gaulle airport, doesn’t expect any impact on traffic on Sunday, a spokesman said. Air France is planning to maintain its flight schedule out of the Paris airport on Sunday.