Spain stops air traffic control strike with threats of prison
Associated Press MADRID — Spain’s government halted an air traffic control strike Saturday by imposing an emergency decree to threaten the disgruntled employees with prison terms under military law. Flights resumed, but hundreds of thousands of travelers remained stranded at airports.

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Wildcat air traffic strike grounds Spanish flights
Wildcat air traffic control strikers halted take-offs across Spain on Saturday despite the military taking command of national air space and threats of jail sentences.

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Spain crackdown ends air traffic control strike
MADRID — Spain's government halted an air traffic control strike Saturday by imposing an emergency decree to threaten the employees with prison terms under military law, but hundreds of thousands of travelers remained stranded at airports. By Saturday evening the law, which had never been used before, prompted 283 of...

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