Easyjet’s services could be affected by another 48-hour strike by cabin crew based in France.
The no-frills airline was forced to cancel some flights on Boxing Day during a similar two-day stoppage last week by Easyjet staff who are members of two French union.
The SNPNC and UNAC unions, which represent cabin crew in France, have called for a new strike from 00.01 on December 31 to 23.59 on January 1. The unions said it had called the industrial action because Easyjet had not opened negotiations with them in the dispute about rotas and profit sharing.
Easyjet said the stoppage “could affect flights to and from France” but has yet to give further details.
“We would like to reassure customers that we are doing everything possible to minimise any disruption as a result of the industrial action,” said the airline.
“Easyjet remains open and committed to finding a suitable resolution with the unions.”
See updates on the impact of the industrial action