Flights from East Midlands Airport have been cancelled after French air traffic controllers went on strike.
The strike is part of wider action by public sector workers which is also affecting schools and hospitals in France.
It started at 6pm on Monday, October 9, and was due to end at 5am today, October 11.
The following Ryanair flights to and from East Midlands Airport were cancelled yesterday:
- FR1924 To Murcia (7.00am)
- FR1925 From Murcia (12.55pm)
- FR1652 To Dinard (12.40pm)
- FR1632 To Limoges (1.45pm)
- FR1653 From Dinard (3.35pm)
- FR1633 From Limoges (5.35pm)
In a statement, Ryanair said: "Unfortunately, further flight delays and cancellations are likely and customers are asked to please monitor this notice which will be updated throughout the day.
"Ryanair sincerely apologises for any inconvenience caused by these unjustified ATC disruptions which are entirely outside of our control."
Jet2.com have also said there could be possible disruption to their flights operating to and from France but have not cancelled any flights just yet.
They said: "Jet2.com regrets any disruption caused by these circumstances that are completely beyond our control.
"We wish to assure customers that we will do our utmost to keep any disruption to a minimum. Customers should still proceed to the airport and check-in at least 2 hours prior to the scheduled departure of their flight. Check-in closes 40 minutes prior to a flight’s scheduled departure time.
Whilst some delays may be experienced, we will be working constantly to bring forward any delayed departures and get flights underway at the earliest possible opportunity."
The strike is expected to affect hundreds of flights around the country, grounding hundreds of thousands of travellers.