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Will Air France Pilot's Strike Affect Delta Code-Share Flights?

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We will be flying Air France flights from SEA to CDG in early May, and coming back toward the end of the month. Since the strike as announced is supposed to last from May 3rd until the 30th, I suppose that might put us at risk.

Actually, our flights will be operated by Delta, which makes me feel a tiny bit better. Does anyone know if that sort of AF industrial action might affect Delta or other code-share airlines?

Also, do other airline workers in this sort of strike join in sympathy? I sure hope the CDG AF Lounge stays open, as we have a long layover.

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