Lebanese air traffic controllers to go on strike
- Lebanon: Tuesday, March 19 - 2013 at 07:31
Air traffic controllers at Lebanon's Beirut airport are set to stage a two-hour strike next Thursday, as part of country-wide protests to press the cabinet to refer public sector wage hikes to parliament, The Daily Star has reported. "We will participate in the Union Coordination Committee action Thursday and will freeze all air traffic services for all flights departing and arriving at the airport from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.," representatives of air traffic controllers said following a meeting with the UCC.
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