Air France passengers have been warned of potential cancellations as cabin crew are set to hold a three-day strike beginning tomorrow.
Two Air France cabin crew unions – SNPNC and Unsa PNC – will walk out during the three-day strike which will last until Monday. The two unions represent just under half of the airline’s cabin crew. The extent of potential disruption to flights in and out of France remains unclear at present.
Air France has said that “some flights may be cancelled” and that the reduced crew means that passenger numbers may be limited, so the company “may not be able to honour all reservations”.
Rebooking options were offered at no extra costs, and for the duration of the strike, internet check-in service will be available 15 hours before flight departure time.