People travelling to and from Paris’ two airports will be affected by a one-day strike on Thursday. It’s reported that the RER B line, which services Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, will only be operating one out of two trains during peak hour, and one every hour during the rest of the day. The strike was called as a response to the pressure placed on drivers to avoid delays and meet schedules, which the unions say compromises safety at times. Read more: thelocal.fr
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