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Four European airlines are claiming France is breaking EU law because strike by its air traffic controllers are restricting freedom of movement.
Ryanair, Easyjet, Wizz Air and IAG, the owner of BA and Iberia, are submitting their complaint to the EU Commission.
French air traffic controllers have staged a series of strikes this year over the government’s economic reforms.
IAG chief executive
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