More disruption to flights from Birmingham airport is expected today as a strike by French air traffic controllers enters a second day.
Flybe has confirmed two of its flights two and from Lyon and Paris have been cancelled.
The strikers are protesting against restructuring plans that, they say, threaten the air navigation service in France.
The controllers are also due to stage another stoppage next week and yet another one at the end of this month.
A new service between Newquay and Birmingham is launched today.
It's aimed at both business and holiday travellers. It'll run seven days a week for the summer months and is operated by Flybe. Tickets for single flights are on sale now.
50 new jobs will be created at Birmingham Airport after Flybe announced seven new routes.
Three additional aircraft will be moved to Birmingham Airport to enable the changes.
The new routes include flights to:
- Palma de Mallorca
The company will now have thirteen aircraft based in Birmingham.