EgyptAir cancels Tunisia flights because of strike: sources
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's national airline canceled flights to Tunisia on Friday after staff at Tunis airport joined a general strike, airport sources said.
Officials at Cairo airport said EgyptAir had told them it canceled two Friday flights. It was not immediately clear if other airlines were affected.
(Writing by Alexander Dziadosz; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
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