France: Air France strike update


Update on 13 June, 11h30 local time in Paris

 Further to the call for strike action issued by several airline pilot unions, for the period from June 11 to 14, our flight schedule operated by Air France is disrupted. Please note that Air France flights operated by an aircraft of other airlines, including HOP, KLM and Delta, are not affected by this strike. 

For today, Monday June 13, we plan to operate 85% of our long haul flights, 85% of our domestic flights, and 72% of our medium-haul flight to and from Paris – CDG.

Last minute disruptions are not excluded.

Our flight program for June 13 is up to date. 

For tomorrow, Tuesday June 14, we plan to operate around 85% of our long haul flights, around 80% of our domestic flights, and around 75% of our medium-haul flight to and from Paris – CDG.

Update of our flight program for June 14 is on-going.


Our operations is planned to resume on June15 and minor disruptions may occur, due to legal and operational constraints.

Update of our flight program for June 15 is on-going.


Before going to the airport, we advise you, to check flight information updated in real-time on our website, in the “Flight and airport info” section.


In the meantime, we would like to assure you that our teams are fully mobilized and will do their utmost to assist you and minimize the impact of this industrial action on your travel plans.


If you are travelling on a flight operated by Air France, we propose you to postpone your departure to avoid the period from 11 to 14 June 2016 if you have the opportunity.


– You may postpone your trip from June 15 to June 21, 2016 included, at no extra cost in the same ticketed cabin.


You can make these changes on this website*, in the “Your reservations” section, on our mobile sites or from your travel agent.


– To postpone your trip beyond June 21, 2016, to change your origin or destination or if you no longer wish to travel, you can receive of a non-refundable voucher valid one year on Air France, KLM or Hop!

In this case, you may contact your travel agent.