Air France to operate 90% of flights following union deal

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Air France expects to be able to operate 90% of its flights today, following an agreement with two of its flight attendants' unions that has brought an end to the strike.

The French Democratic Confederation of Labour (CFDT) and the French Confederation of Christian Workers (CFTC) have halted their strike, following an agreement with general management on the inclusion of the cabin crew trade unions in the presentation of a three-year human resources and skills planning plan.

"This good news, which confirms that the action begun last Saturday is losing momentum, is proof that the door to negotiations is never closed with the trade unions," said Air France in a statement.