Chaos for travellers in UK, France and Greece

Disruptions are expected at different airports

Air traffic controllers in Greece and border personnel in UK are on strike. And taxi drivers are on strike in Paris, which will make passengers’ transfers from Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports to the city unreliable.
EasyJet warns of disruption for flights to and from Greece for the second consecutive day. 
Ryanair cancelled six flights yesterday and today and advised passengers to check for website updates.
British Airways has rescheduled two flights from Athens to London this morning and this evening.
Travellers in Britain can expect delays and queues at airports and ports from this evening and all day Thursday due to the public service strike.
The UK Border Agency even advised travellers to avoid flying on mentionned days.
TravelWeekly
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