The airline Royal Air Maroc has decided to cancel flights or change schedules between Morocco and Italy on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. And for good reason, the strike of air traffic controllers.
In Italy, air traffic controllers go on strike this Tuesday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (local time) nationally. A strike followed in regional controls around the airports of Rome, Milan, Turin, Naples, Pescara and Genoa. It pushed Air France, Royal Air Maroc, Tunisair, Swiss, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Wizz Air or SAS Scandinavian among others to cancel or modify schedules at Fiumicino.
As for the airline Alitalia, it canceled some 70 flights. “To limit inconvenience to passengers,” the company “activated an extraordinary plan which provides for the use of larger planes on national and international routes,” a statement said.
Travelers affected by the cancellation or schedule change of Alitalia flights on September 7 are invited to make a new reservation “without additional costs or penalties or request a full refund of the ticket before September 14, 2021. The trip must be made before October 14, 2021”.