France is up for another day of disruptions as its citizens are protesting against President Emmanuel Macron’s planned pension reforms. The French civil aviation authority (DGAC) has – again – asked airlines to cancel 20% of their flights today.
Flights had returned to normal over the weekend after the first days of strike on Thursday and Friday (5 and 6 December). Ground crew of Air France is set to massively join today’s strike actions.
Any flight that enters the French airspace might also be affected as one of the French air traffic controllers unions has joined the strike.
Prévision du trafic aérien : Mardi 10 décembre
Réduction de 20% des programmes de vol au départ et à l'arrivée des aéroports de :
📍Paris-Charles de Gaulle
— dgac🇫🇷 (@DGAC) December 9, 2019