If you’ll be flying out of or through Paris tomorrow (Thursday, February 22), listen up: A strike is set to cancel 25% of Air France’s scheduled flights out of Paris, including 50% of its scheduled long-haul flights.
From The Local: “The strike will see 50 percent of long-haul flights out of Paris cancelled on Thursday as pilots and ground crews join the industrial action in a bid to secure higher salaries. Air France has said it will guarantee 75 percent of its normal flight program, with 75 percent of its medium-haul flights to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and 85 percent of its short-haul flights operating as normal, said the airline’s management in a statement. Travellers are advised to postpone their trips until February 27 at no extra cost. Passengers can also expect disruptions and delays, the company said.”
If you’re one of those passengers, here’s hoping your trip isn’t affected.
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