Workers in Paris and other French airports are on strike, demanding salary hikes to keep up with inflation.
Flights from Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris and other French airports have faced disruptions as airport workers protested to demand salary increases.
Friday’s action is the latest trouble to hit global airports over the last few weeks, as travel resurges after two years of coronavirus restrictions.
France’s civil aviation authority said 17 per cent of scheduled flights out of Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in Paris were cancelled on Friday morning.
The Paris airport authorities also warned of potential delays in getting into terminals and at check-in, passport control and security stations.
It added that the strike could last through Sunday.
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