Another two days of uncertainty for those who have booked a plane ticket.
On Monday, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) asked airlines to cut 20% of their flights to Orly and Marseille on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The last straw for Ryanair.
The low-cost airline has made its accounts: since the beginning of the year, French air traffic controllers have carried out a thirteen-day strike to protest against the pension reform.
More than 1 million passengers paid the consequences: nearly 8,000 flights were delayed and nearly 300 cancelled.
However, this affects 80% of flights that only fly over France without taking off or landing there.
A London-Malaga, for example.
According to Ryanair, Franco-French flights have priority in the event of a strike.
"If the French want to strike and prevent flying to France or from France, it's up to them,"
explains Eddie Wilson, the general manager of Ryanair.
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