Ryanair to cancel up to 100 European flights due to French ATC strike

Ryanair has cancelled up to 100 of its European flights this weekend due to a French Air Traffic Controllers strike.

The 48-hour stoppage is taking place from 5:30am tomorrow until 5:30am on Monday.

Ryanair says it also expects some significant delays to flights to France and routes using French airspace.

Aer Lingus says while no flights have yet been cancelled - 16 are at risk of disruption.

Both airlines are advising passengers to check the status of their flights on their websites.

- Digital Desk

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