Beirut Air Traffic Controllers Go on One-Hour Strike

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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 11 days

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

Missing rami 11 days

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

Thumb s.o.s 11 days

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 11 days

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.