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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 12-01-18

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  • [01] Air traffic controllers strike affects flights

  • [01] Air traffic controllers strike affects flights

    Over five thousand passengers and a total of 38 flights to and from Larnaca and Paphos International airports are affected on Wednesday, by the four-hour work stoppage of air traffic controllers, who protest against government austerity measures.

    Both airports will remain close from 1300 to 1700 local time (1100 to 1500 GMT).

    In statements to the press, airport Spokesman Adamos Aspris said flights to and from various destinations including Athens, Moscow, Salonica, Vienna, Tel Aviv, London, Birmingham, Beirut, Amman, Abu Dhabi, Heraklion and Rhodes, will be affected by the strike.

    Twenty-six flights, 14 departures and 12 arrivals, are to be affected at Larnaca airport, on the southern coast, and twelve flights, six departures and six arrivals, at Pafos airport, on the western coast.

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