Beirut Air Traffic Controllers Go on One-Hour Strike


Air traffic controllers at the Rafik Hariri International Airport held a one-hour strike on Wednesday demanding salary increases, the National News Agency reported.

The strike was held from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

The committee has been demanding an increase in salaries as per the newly endorsed wage scale specific to air traffic controllers in addition to other benefits.

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Thumb s.o.s 1 year

don't worry guys, you'll soon be replaced by computers. it's already happening in North America and Europe.

Missing rami 1 year

You sure SOS? hard to believe computers can have a proper conversation with pilots? Can you provide a link?

Thumb s.o.s 1 year

I’m very sure, yes AI computers converse with pilots. I have no link to provide, just google it. It’s not even new tech, it’s been around since a few years.

Thumb whyaskwhy 1 year

As in a true democracy they should be allowed to excersize their right to free speech and demonstration..... they should do this at least once a week when Air Iran comes in lol.