21 Mar, 2016 @ 15:36
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Dozens of Spanish flights cancelled following French air strikes

DELAYED: Passengers hit by two-day stoppage

THOUSANDS of passengers are facing travel chaos after a strike by French traffic controllers.

DELAYED: Passengers hit by two-day stoppage
DELAYED: Passengers hit by two-day stoppage

One hundred and ninety two flights to Spain have been cancelled as up to 40% of all flights to and from were France grounded.

Alicante (30 cancellations), Palma (28), Málaga (18) and Sevilla (8) have been hit hardest during the two-day dispute.

Passengers have been advised to check with their airline before travelling to their airports.



Joe Duggan (Reporter)

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