French air traffic controllers are set to strike again on 28-30 September
French air traffic controllers are set to strike again on 28, 29 and 30 September. Airline officials have stated that short and long-haul flights in the country will be the most affected, including airline companies based in the UK.
Additionally, the SNCTA labor action will coincide with the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) nationwide strike action Sept. 29, increasing travel disruptions. The union’s members – including baggage handlers and technical airport staff – will walk off the job between 4am on 29 September and 7am on 30 September.
Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights due to the first round of strikes Sept. 16.
Contact airlines to confirm flight status if booked to fly via airports in France Sept. 28-30. Arrive at the airport early to prevent your seat from being allocated to a standby passenger.