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Ryanair Cancels 110 Flights Across Europe Due To Massive Strike

Ryanair Cancels 110 Flights Across Europe Due To Massive Strike

European airports are under immense pressure today to deal with the French Air Traffic Controller strike across France. Ryanair has had to cancels flights to destinations across Europe, causing huge stress for fliers.

The airline tweeted their regret at having to cancel the 110 flights as a result of the strike which is estimated to affect 20,000 passengers. Passengers flying to Bergerac, Blagnac, Bordeaux Limoges, Marseille, Palma and Perpignan, Barcelona and Madrid have all been impacted today.

Customers are being recommended to the check the Ryanair website about their flight before heading to the airport. Further delays from France are likely as the Air Traffic unions react to French President Emmanuel Macron's labour reform.

Twitter users angrily reacted to, what they felt, was a lack of response to the French strike from Ryanair officials:

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