THE Foreign Office has issued a warning to Brits hoping for an Easter getaway in Spain as a strike is set to affect every airport in the country.
More than 60,000 ground staff have called for a nationwide strike following a breakdown in talks over pay and working conditions.
The walkout is due to start on Easter Sunday, during a weekend in which five million holidaymakers on 32,500 scheduled flights will be making their way to Spain.
“If you’re travelling during these times, you should prepare for the possibility of delays, allow additional time, and keep up to date with your airline on the status of your flight,” the Foreign Office said.
The walkout could continue until Wednesday, April 24
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