General Strike in France: 2nd of November till the 6th of November
Wednesday 3, November 2010
A general strike action has been confirmed in France. The strike will commence the evening of 2nd of November 2010 and will last until the 6th of November 2010 however it appears that the number of participants attending the strike is low and that flight disruption is likely to be minimal.
Easyjet is working closely with the French Government to try and minimise the impact to our customers, unfortunately however you may still experience disruptions to your flight during the strike period. As soon as they know which flights are directly affected they will contact those customers affected.
While the circumstances are outside of their control and are affecting all airlines, they are doing everything possible to minimise the disruption.
How to check the status of your flight
You can use the flight departure checker service to check the status of your flight.
What to do if your flight is cancelled
Rebook Your Flight
If you booked your flight through easyJet.com you will be able to rebook your flight free of charge using the services in 'manage my booking'. Please be aware that activation of this service normally takes a few minutes but at very busy times it can take up to 3 hours.
Manage my booking
If you did not book your flight through easyJet.com you will need to arrange for your flight to be rebooked at either the sales desk in your departure airport or via our call centre.
Request a Refund
If you booked your flight through easyJet.com the quickest way to request a refund is using the services in 'manage my booking'. Please be aware that activation of this service normally takes a few minutes but at very busy times it can take up to 3 hours.
Manage my booking
If you did not book your flight through easyJet.com and you wish to request a refund then you will need to contact the agency with which you booked your flights to arrange this.
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