Air traffic controllers and thousands of other workers at France's airports have been urged to join a three-day strike in early June.
The three-day strike has been called by the USAC-CGT union and has the backing of all unions representing the 12,000 workers employed by France's Civil Aviation body the DGAC.
It has been proposed to run from Thursday June 2nd to June 5th. A spokesman said a final meeting with unions is scheduled for May 31st and only after those negotiations will it become clear if France will be hit by yet another round of strikes.
Should the strike occur, Cain has generated reporting to determine who may be impacted by this event and will be contacting those travelers to discuss options.