Strike Action on 26 October: Air France Expects to Transport All Passengers

 Following the call for strike action by a single trade union as from 26 October and in line with the announcement on 19 October:

– Air France expects to transport all its passengers on 26 October.

– The disruption to its flight schedule should remain limited to a few delays.

6,500 members of Air France staff will be available to inform and assist customers as quickly and efficiently as possible and to limit the impact of this strike action. 

Due to the busy school vacation period, Air France recommends its customers to arrive at the airport early and, as far as possible, to check in online at www.airfrance.com as from 30 hours before their flight. 

Air France will directly inform its customers by phone, SMS or e-mail 

In case of disruption to their flight, Air France will directly inform customers by phone, SMS or e-mail. 

In order to be personally notified, Air France recommends that all customers ensure that they have provided reliable contact details so that they can be contacted during their trip (phone and e-mail). This information can be given online at www.airfrance.com, in the “Consult / Change your booking” section, on the Air France mobile website (https://mobile.airfrance.com), and the iPhone, Android and Windows Phone apps in the “My Account” section. 

The free “AF Connect” service is available in 10 languages for all passengers worldwide. 

Consult flight information 

Information concerning flights on a particular day and the following day can be consulted at any time:

at www.airfrance.com, in the “Flight schedules” section.

On the Air France mobile website (https://mobile.airfrance.com) and the iPhone, Android and Windows Phone apps, in the “Flight information” section.

by SMS, by texting your flight number to 6 36 54. For example, a passenger planning to take flight AF6250 can text ‘AF6250’. In just a few minutes, they will be sent information relative to their flight in real time. This service is available in Metropolitan France only.  

Source and photo: Air France

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