- October 2017
Several Air Traffic Controller Unions in France have called for industrial action in support of a national call for strike on Tuesday 10th October.
Ryanair has annunced that 34 routes will be suspended from 17th November through to 18th March 2018 as it seeks to bring an end to its flight cancellation troubles.
Air passengers are suffering major diruption at airports around the world after computer check-in systems crashed. Travellers have reported problems at airports including London's Heathrow and Gatwick, Charles de Gaulle in Paris, Changi in Singapore, Johannesburg, Zurich, Melbourne and Washington DC's Reagan Airport.
The CCOO Union plan their second 24-hour strike to protest restructuring on the rail network. The national strike will be from 0:00 am to 11:00 pm on 29 September and could affect local, regional and the high-speed AVE network.
Scheduled flights in Colombia have been disrupted following the strike by Avianca pilots. The airline has activated a contingency plan while negotiations continue. Today, Friday, 116 flights have been cancelled in Colombia.
Another round of strikes throughout France has been called for September 21. Delays are cancellations are expected throughout France during this day and this will also affect the rail network and some maritime ports. You should allow extra time for your journey.
Flights to and from Benito Juárez international airport are being affected by the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that has struck Mexico City. Cancellations are expected over the next few hours and flights from Abraham González International airport to Mexico City have been suspended.