Air France faces four more days of strikes from next week as three unions announced fresh walkouts.
The latest industrial action is planned for May 3, 4, 7 and 8 as part of a long-running pay dispute with the French flag carrier.
The new strikes called by unions representing employees from pilots and cabin crew to ground staff, come ahead of a consultation the airline on management salary proposals.
Air France has suffered 11 days of strikes since February 22 at a cost of more than €220 million, which chief executive Jean-Marc Janaillac admitted was jeopardising the airline’s future.
The staff consultation on a 7% pay rise over four years starts today and runs until May 4.
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