Ryanair cancels 400 flights due to strike by French aviation regulators | Abroad

The Charleroi airport website shows Ryanair flights canceled in our country, including Marseille or Perpignan, but as far as Agadir in Morocco or Edinburgh in Scotland. Other Ryanair flights are delayed by several hours.

The low-cost airline has previously warned of several strikes by air traffic controllers in France to protest President Macron’s pension reform. The strikes significantly affect high-flying traffic, while busy routes must cross French airspace.

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Ryanair has launched a petition recently handed to the European Commission, asking the aviation regulator to “keep European airspace open” in the event of strikes. The petition has already been signed more than 1.1 million times.

Tuesday was the fourteenth national action by French unions against pension reform. This may be the last day of action. Public transport, the energy sector and aviation are on strike in France. A third of flights were canceled at Paris-Orly airport.

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