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Periódicos de todo el planeta recogen en este momento el cierre del espacio aéreo y la militarización del control aéreo.

CNN Air traffic controller walkout closes most of Spain’s airports
Most of Spain’s airports were closed late Friday, at the start of a long holiday weekend, when air traffic controllers walked off the job, the president of Spain’s airport authority, AENA, said on national television.

ABC Controller Sickout Causes Spain Travel Chaos
The Spanish government said late Friday it would allow its military to take over control of airspace if air traffic controllers did not return to work from a massive sickout that left hundreds of thousands of travelers stranded.

WALL STREET JOURNAL Spain: Military Could Take Over Air Traffic Control
In a statement, the government called on the controllers to “immediately return to their jobs,” warning that legislation passed earlier Friday allows the country’s Defense Ministry to take over supervision of the country’s air traffic.

BBC Controllers’ strike forces Spanish airports to close
Spanish airport authority Aena said the action began at 1700 (1600 GMT), when controllers began abandoning their posts, claiming sick leave.

LE FIGARO Espagne/grève: l’espace aérien fermé
L’espace aérien a été fermé vendredi soir dans toute l’Espagne, sauf l’Andalousie, dans le sud du pays, en raison d’une grève surprise des contrôleurs aériens, a annoncé l’organisme des gestion des aéroports (Aena).