Military takes over air traffic control in Spain
Spain's military took control of the nation's airspace Friday night after air traffic controllers staged a massive sickout that stranded hundreds of thousands of travelers on the eve of a long holiday weekend, forcing the government to shut down Madrid's big international hub and seven other airports.

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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 Saturda...

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Spain military takes over air traffic control
Spain's military took control of the nation's airspace Friday night after air traffic controllers staged a massive sickout that stranded at least 330,000 travelers on the eve of a long holiday weekend, forcing the government to shut down Madrid's big international hub and seven other airports.

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