With the pilots’ strike at Air France now over, the carrier indicated that it is “gradually resuming its flight schedule.”
Flights that were cancelled on both Sept. 28 and Sept. 29, 2014 remained cancelled, with Air France indicating that things will gradually return to normal over two to three days due to operational and regulatory constraints.
The carrier noted that as aircraft have not flown for several days, mandatory checks are required before operations resume. In addition, aircraft and crews must be repositioned at all Air France stations throughout the world and flight crews must be given their legal rest periods before carrying out return flights. And it also advised that last-minute changes and disruptions might still occur.
Air France said that its customers should check flight information before going to the airport and that passengers should not to go to the airport if their flight is cancelled.
Further information is available at http://www.airfrance.com in the “Flight schedules” section; the web site mobile.airfrance.com ; and the Air France app available on iPhone, Android Windows Phone and BlackBerry.