At Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle, the horizon remains blocked

Who would have thought that these incessant whistles in the sky of Roissy would one day be regretted? And yet. “We miss them, yes, yes… there is no more noise! It’s as if there was no more life around here ”, said Luc Atlan, a jovial man with suddenly less laughing eyes. “If you go to Terminal 2, you will have the impression that everything is normal, but it is because all the flights have been concentrated there: Terminal 1 is closed, Terminal 3 too… and everything else is idling. . “

But this Friday morning, what worries above all Luc Atlan, Unsa union delegate – a union very well established in the aviation world – are the consequences of this silence which has lasted for eighteen months. He met with two colleagues to take stock in a small prefabricated room placed at the corner of the large PR car park, three quarters empty.

Roissy CDG Terminal 2. All thefts have been concentrated there since the resumption, after eighteen months of silence. (JEAN-LUC BERTINI FOR “L’OBS”)

He is lucky, he works for Servair, a former subsidiary of Air France, specializing in “catering”, the preparation of meal trays for planes. “Servair is the Rolls! No one ever leaves ”, the room is roomed by his colleagues, because faced with the collapse of traffic, the myriad of companies that revolve around Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG) did not react in the same way, while close to 100,000 direct jobs are stake.

Servair, with 6,500 employees, is the second largest

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