British Airways has cancelled a large number of its services to and from France as a result of planned strike action by…
British Airways has cancelled a large number of its services to and from France as a result of planned strike action by French air traffic controllers between 5am BST and 10pm BST on Tuesday June 3.
It is expected that at least 90 individual British Airways flights out of a normal Tuesday schedule between the UK and France of 120 individual flights will be cancelled.
British Airways flights to and from France will be affected at Heathrow, Gatwick, London City, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh.
British Airways apologises to all customers for any inconvenience caused by the industrial action which is beyond its control.
At this stage British Airways plans to operate the following services, some of which will be using larger aircraft to accommodate additional re-booked passengers wherever possible.
The only operating services at this stage on Tuesday June 3 are anticipated to be:
Heathrow/Paris Charles de Gaulle
- BA322 (re-timed from 1705 local time departure to 1850 departure from Heathrow)
- BA327 (re-timed from 2020 local time departure to 2200 departure from Paris)
- BA326 (re-timed from 1945 local time departure to 2105 departure from Heathrow)
- BA352 (re-timed from 2025 local time departure to 2040 departure from Heathrow)
- BA364 (re-timed from 2025 local time departure to 2045 departure from Heathrow)
Gatwick/Paris Charles de Gaulle
Gatwick/Nice (now flying to Genoa airport and coach transfer to/from Nice)
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