It seems relations between Air France and its Unions have deteriorated (again), so we all know what that means don’t we? Correct – It’s another Air France strike!
Both Air France and Joon services are affected. Services by HOP! should operate as normal.
According to the airline, the airline is going expecting to operate the following
- 50% long-haul departures
- 75% medium-haul departures
- 85% short-haul departures
The airline also states:
Furthermore, in order to ensure the maximum number of flights with our reduced crew, we may have to limit the number of passengers on board some of our flights, meaning that we will not be able to honor all bookings.
Customers whose bookings are cancelled will be informed the day before their departure.
You can check the status of your flight (if operating at https://www.airfrance.co.uk/GB/en/local/resainfovol/infovols/actualiteDesVols.do
Air France is allowing changes to tickets too. According to the airline:
- If you have a valid Air France ticket, issued on or before 19 February, for a flight operated by Air France or Joon on 22 February, you can postpone your trip between 23 and 27 February 2018.
- You may also choose to postpone your flight to sometime after 27 February 2018, change your country of destination or origin or cancel your trip. In these cases, we will provide you with a voucher that will be valid for 1 year and can be used on AIR FRANCE, JOON, KLM or HOP! flights. This voucher will be non-refundable.
Sadly, in situations like this, the customer is the one who is caught in the middle. All you can do is re-plan your trip and consider if to fly the airline again…
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