Due to another French ATC strike, we regret a number of flights are cancelled tomorrow (28th April) More info here: https://t.co/bCfK9GnSkx
Both in-bound and out-bound flights to Malaga from Newcastle airporthave been cancelled (THURS 28th)
The following flights are affected:
- FR5159 MALAGA 0930 (departure from Newcastle)
- FR5158 MALAGA 0905 (arrival from Malaga)
The reason for the cancellation appears to be connected to industrial action by French air traffic controllers. For more information click here
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