Spanish airspace reopens -airports authority

MADRID, Dec 4 (BestGrowthStock) – Spanish airspace has reopened
follwing a wildcat strike by air traffic controllers, the
country’s airport authority AENA said on Saturday.

AENA said on its website that the afternoon shift had begun
as normal. It had earlier said controllers were beginning to
return to work.

Air traffic was expected to return to normal within 24 to 48
hours, Public Works Minister Jose Blanco said.

Earlier Spain’s Socialist government declared a state of
emergency and said those controllers who did not return would be
breaking the law. [ID:nLDE6B301W]

(Reporting by Paul Day, Editing by Alexander Smith)

Spanish airspace reopens -airports authority