An Air France Airbus Boeing 777 airplane takes off past a control tower at the Charles-de-Gaulle airport in Roissy, near Paris, France, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
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Air France crew went on strike Friday, forcing the cancellation of about a quarter of the airline's flights as unions discussed further protests against reformist President Emmanuel Macron.Pilots, cabin crew and ground staff joined the strike at Air France to push for a 6.0-percent rise in salaries after the group posted profits for 2017 following years of restructuring.Macron has also pledged to cut 120,000 of more than 5 million public sector jobs, wants to make greater use of merit-based pay and has raised the spectre of greater outsourcing.
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