Due to a transport sector strike in Italy tomorrow 16 June (including a ground handling strike) several airlines are forced to cancel flights:
Alitalia reported through its official website that it was forced to cancel almost 180 domestic and international flights scheduled for 16 June, as well as some flights in the early morning of 17 June because of several transport sector strikes, which will be taking place on 16 June.
Flights departing from Italy will operate as usual between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. and between 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Rome time, on 16 June.
Passengers are kindly requested to check the status of their flight calling +39.06.65649 (from overseas)
or 800.65.00.55 (toll-free number from Italy) before going to the airport.
As a result of the Italian ground handling strike tomorrow easyJet has cancelled 16 flights.
Please see the list of the flights we have cancelled. We have contacted customers that were booked onto these flights via flight tracker, SMS and email using the details provided at check in. For next steps on how to transfer onto another flight or take a refund please see below.
|Date||Flight Number||Departure Airport||Arrival Airport||Departure time (local time)|
We plan to operate all other flights as scheduled tomorrow but as the strike will still be taking place there is a chance of delays on the day so we recommend that you check our flight tracker for latest information regarding your flight: www.easyjet.com / (your flight number) or on our mobile app. Although this is outside of our control we’re very sorry for the inconvenience caused.