Ryanair has cancelled several flights tomorrow. The strike is due to take place and will end on March 23 at 5 am. Unions are spectacular to the changes in labour indicated by president Emmanuel Macron in reaction. Which airlines are affected? Travel advise and flight cancellations explained. Ryanair tweeted. Clients are advised by email and SMS. With only a number of those travelling, some of the flights are to France. Flights that are currently travelling over France are anticipated to be affected, with the following London Stansted. Ryanair has called to take action against the Air traffic control unions in an attempt to prevent clients.

Kenny Jacobs said tens of thousands of customers might have their travel itineraries interrupted by a group of Air traffic control marriages this week, going on strike. Airlines are warning passengers of delayed or cancelled flights. EasyJet issued a statement saying: Like all airlines, our flights to from French airports, and also those flying in French airspace, might be affected. We expect that there will be cancellations and delays because of the action we advise all customers to check their flight’s status either on site or our application. British Airways has also warned passengers of disturbance and cancelled more than seven flights for today. The company has allowed passengers to change the journey is currently travelling to France or Spain up to March 27. It’s hoping to use the larger aeroplane to cover the flights that have been cancelled.