(Bloomberg) -- France’s civil aviation authority has asked airlines to extend flight cuts at several airports across the country as national strikes against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform continue. 

A new round of strikes and demonstrations are planned for Thursday, leading to a 30% capacity cut at Orly airport outside of Paris, and a 20% reduction of air traffic at Marseille-Provence, Toulouse-Blagnac and Lyon-Saint Exupéry airports, the DGAC said in a statement.

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At Orly airport, a hub for Air France-KLM’s French arm, capacity restrictions were already in place on Tuesday and Wednesday.  

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