Ryanair cancels 250 flights due to France strike

Ryanair says its been forced to cancel some 250 flights to and from France tomorrow, as air traffic controllers (ATC) there stage another strike.

The French workers are protesting over plans to raise the retirement age.

Tomorrow's action follows on from work stoppages during the past two weeks.

The airline is now calling on the European Commission to remove the "right to strike" from ATC workers, saying its had to cancel more than 1,600 flights this year, disrupting 2.5 million passengers so far.

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