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Over 1,245 flights cancelled in the US as Hurricane Florence reaches land

Continued travel disruption is expected in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Over 1,200 flights were cancelled prior to the hurricane as airports and airlines implemented emergency measures to protect passengers and aircraft. Some roads are still closed and travel plans may be disrupted due to storm damage and localised flooding. Airports began cancellations on Wednesday expecting normal service to be suspended until Saturday.

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Ryanair to cancel 300 flights

Industrial action is set to bring chaos to passengers travelling with Ryanair next week. We reported when news first broke of the proposed strike that if an agreement couldn’t be reached it would result in many of the airlines flights being grounded. It has been reported today that Ryanair have cancelled up to 300 of their 2,400 daily flights on due to strike action by some of their cabin crew in Belgium, Portugal and Spain. Ryanair have said that cancellations on the 25th and 26th July  involve the following:

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British Airways Strike Action - cancelled flights:

British Airways has confirmed that industrial action involving one of their five cabin crew fleets will take place between Saturday 1 July and Sunday 16 July 2017 (inclusive).
They would like to reassure customers that the vast majority of flights to and from London Heathrow will operate as normal. “All flights to and from London Gatwick, London City and Stansted will operate as normal as will our recently launched weekend only Mediterranean services to and from Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester.”

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French ATC strike to cause ongoing flight disruption

A five-day strike by air traffic controllers at a number of French airports has been confirmed, starting today.
The French Civil Aviation Authority has told airlines to reduce their flight schedules in France by 25%. More than 1,000 flights are expected to be cancelled.
Brest and Bordeaux control centres will be affected from today until 7pm on Friday.

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Strong gales cause flight cancellations and disruption.

High winds and stormy conditions are forecast for the UK over the next few days, particularly Scotland and the north of England. The storm that is flowing in from the Atlantic has been named as Storm Doris.
For today, Wednesday 22nd February, strong winds are forecast for London Heathrow which has resulted in a reduced flow rate for aircraft landing at the airport. Unfortunately the reduction in flow rate will affect all airlines operating at LHR.

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Air Traffic Control Strike Action- flights cancelled and delayed from this evening.

French Air Traffic Controllers have confirmed they will be going on strike from this evening.

Air France issued the following statement:
'We regret to advise customers that due to an air traffic control strike in France at 18.00 BST on 14th  September, to 05:00 BST on Friday 16th September. We have been forced to cancel a number of flights.' In addition anyone travelling over French airspace could be affected by flight cancellations and delays. British Airways, Easyjet and Ryan Air have also been forced to cancel flights.

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