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25th May 2016

Ryanair and Aer Lingus forced to cancel multiple flights tomorrow

Travelling tomorrow?

An air traffic control strike in France has disrupted a number of flights scheduled for tomorrow.

Both Aer Lingus and Ryanair announced the news on Twitter this evening informing customers that the cancellations were due to industrial action in France.

A statement published on the Ryanair website explains that over 70 flights “to, from and over France” have been cancelled as a result.

Customers have been advised to check the website before travelling to the airport and further info on rebooking cancelled flights can be found here.

At present, ten Aer Lingus flights have been cancelled, affecting routes to and from Marseilles, Perpignan, Lyon, Alicante and Barcelona.

For more information on refunds and/or changing flight dates, the airline has included a statement from their Guest Service