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Following the acquisition of Sterling by Global Travel Solutions Group, we are now trading under the Traveleads brand name, merging with the brand to form a single travel management company within the group. Moving forward as a combined entity, we look forward to leveraging the partnership to find synergies, deliver more for our customers and further consolidate Traveleads’ position as one of the UK’s leading travel management companies.

Traveleads is committed to maintaining and further enhancing the excellent relationships Sterling have held with their customers over the years. With almost 50 years’ experience working with a number of renowned brands across sports, energy, manufacturing, retail and more, Traveleads’ team of specialists know the travel industry inside out and prides itself on partnering seamlessly with clients to offer expert advice and support.

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Sterling Travel : News : France ATC strike 10 October 2013

France ATC strike 10 October 2013

 10 Oct 2013

Air Traffic Controllers (ATC) in France have decided to carry on with their plans for industrial action on Thursday 10 October 2013.

EasyJet and Ryanair have been forced to cut about 30% of flights on 10 October 2013 in the face of a strike by French air traffic controllers.

All airlines serving France or using French airspace face disruption due to the one-day walkout in protest over planned changes to air traffic control practices across Europe.

Flights from the UK to destinations such as Spain, Portugal, Italy, Cyprus, Greece and North Africa face the threat of disruption.

British Airways has cancelled flights from Heathrow to Marseille and Lyon.

The French DGAC civil aviation authority urged airlines to cut services by 10%, particularly on links between France and Spain, Portugal and North Africa.

Around 70% of easyJet flights operate through French airspace, meaning there is a risk of delays and late notice cancellations to many other flights, the airline warned.

Ryanair said it would be scrapping 70 flights today while Lufthansa is reducing services to and from the French cities of Lyon and Marseille but that it believed flights to and from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport would not be affected.

Passengers are advised to check the status of their flight before going to the airport.

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