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Ryanair says cabin crew strikes hitting less than 2% of flights

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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Less than 2% of the 3,000 flights Ryanair had scheduled on Friday were impacted by cabin crew strikes that mainly hit Belgium, the Irish low-cost carrier said in a statement that forecast a similar level of disruption over the weekend.

"Ryanair expects over 98% of its 3,000 daily flights will operate normally on Saturday and Sunday," a figure that included disruptions from strikes by cabin crew and French air-traffic control operators, and from airport staff shortages, it said.

(Writing by Conor Humphries; Editing by Jan Harvey)

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