Lots of posts popping up from airports and airlines saying that French ATC are having a strike from tomorrow.
Appears SQ has cancelled it’s flights to Paris on 12 June and the return on the 13 June.
London City are asking you to call your airline.
If you are going to/from/via Paris, start calling I would suggest.
Air France statement
Due to a planned strike by French air transport unions affecting French airspace from 11 to 14 June 2013, the French civil aviation authority (DGAC) will impose a 50 per cent capacity restriction for services to and from Paris. The following Singapore Airlines flights will be cancelled.
SQ334 (Singapore to Paris) on 12 June 2013
SQ333 (Paris to Singapore) on 13 June 2013
Singapore Airlines will endeavour to contact affected customers for alternative travel arrangements. At this point, we expect to operate all other flights between Singapore and Europe as scheduled. However, the situation is fluid and we seek our customers’ understanding and offer our apologies in advance should there be further flight disruptions. Customers with onward flight connections from Paris to other cities in France may also experience travel delays.
Singapore Airlines will waive administrative fees/penalties for refund, rebooking or re-routing, for customers holding confirmed tickets bought on or before 10 June 2013, for travel to and from Paris from 11 to 13 June 2013. This applies to KrisFlyer redemption tickets as well.
Advice for BA (125) ticketed customers whose BA flight is still OPERATING
|Airports affected||Paris Orly(ORY) and Charles de Gaulle (CDG)Nice (NCE)Marseille (MRS)
Toulouse (TLS)Bordeaux (BOD)
|Tickets issued by||09 June 2013|
|Ticket Travel dates||11-13 June 2013|
|Rebooking allowance for travel between 14-20 June||Travel in the Same cabin must be booked|
|Rebooking Allowance for after 20 June||The same class in cabin must be booked, travel within one year of ticket issue|
|Destination Change on tickets||No|
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