French May Day strikes: Airlines asked to cancel flights as air traffic controllers walk out

A number of airports across France have been asked to cancel flights and your journey could be affected even if you are just passing over the country.

Travellers have been warned to expect flight disruption as French air traffic controllers plan to strike on 1 May.

France’s civil aviation authority says industrial action is likely to affect Paris’ Orly, Charles de Gaulle and Beauvais airports as well as Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Nantes and Nice.

But passengers could also face disruption even if their flight isn’t taking off or landing in France.

When and where will flights be disrupted by air traffic control strikes?

Monday 1 May is the next in a

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