Argentina government-controlled airline cancels Wednesday flights due to strike

Argentina’s government-controlled carrier Aerolineas Argentinas said on Monday it would cancel all Wednesday flights due to a one-day nationwide strike called by labour unions to protest the economic policies of center-right President Mauricio Macri. The cancellations, which include 330 domestic and international flights, will impact some 37,000 passengers, the airline said in a statement. The strike is expected to shut down public transportation, banks and a number of other services across recession-hit Argentina for 24 hours.

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