French air traffic controllers are again taking strike action.
This will effect several days over the May/June half term.
Strike action will take place from 3rd to 5th June.
This is expected to cause many delays to flights bound to and from France and Spain; Ryanair has already been forced to cancel 70 flights.
All air travellers are advised to check with their airline for any disruption that may affect their flight during these days.
Further strike action is scheduled for 14th June.
So far, there have been 7 days of strikes in 2 months, as workers dispute unfair salaries and working conditions.
Team these air strikes with the fuel crisis across France, it makes for utter disruption for holiday makers, whether they are flying or driving.