Spanish air traffic control strike 3-4 Dec - Ryanair flights
Friday 3, December 2010
Ryanair has been advised that Spanish Air Traffic Control staff have walked out, in what is completely unplanned industrial action. Due to this strike action and with no confirmation of when the ATC staff will resume work, they have been forced to cancel the below flights listed operating on the evening of the 3rd December and up to midday tomorrow.
Click below for the list of flight cancellations:
Passengers who were booked to travel on one of the cancelled flights can transfer to the next available flight free of charge or apply for a refund on their unused flight(s) at the airport ticket desk, online or by calling the reservation centre.
TO REBOOK YOUR CANCELLED FLIGHT:
To rebook your cancelled flight operating free of charge click here (seats are subject to availability). Customers can access this link up to the 8/12/2010. If affected customers are unable to check-in online and print their boarding pass it will be issued free of charge at the airport.
PLEASE NOTE: If your booking includes a flight which has not been cancelled you will be UNABLE to transfer that specific flight (the unaffected flight) to an alternative date without a charge. To rebook the unaffected flight free of charge you will need to call the UK or Irish call centre and they will transfer the flight for you.
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