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The strike, which begins from 12am tonight, has already prompted the airline to scrap a handful of domestic flights this evening and cancel dozens more in the coming days. While most of the disruption will take place on Tuesday, some flights scheduled for Wednesday morning will also be affected. Find the airline's full list of cancellations here. According to Alitalia, flights at peak times on Tuesday — am and pm — will operate as scheduled, while larger aircraft are being deployed on busy routes to carry extra passengers. While around half of Alitalia flights are cancelled on Tuesday, the airline expects 60 percent of passengers to be able to travel on the same day. Passengers are advised to check with their airline or travel agent before setting off for the airport. Alitalia passengers affected by the disruption between May 20thnd are entitled to rebook at no extra cost or, if their flight is cancelled or delayed more than five hours, to claim a full refund by May 28th, The strike is partly in protest at the failure to decide the future of Italy's flagship airline, which has been in administration for over two years as successive governments struggle to agree on a buyer. Alitalia is facing another, smaller strike next month, originally scheduled for June 21st but now moved to June 24th. Game of Thrones has ended but it lives on in Malta!
The transport operator said it is experiencing severe disruptions due to a power issue at Gare du Nord in Paris. Train services in the Netherlands and Belgium have also suffered major disruption due to technical problems caused by the record-breaking heatwave. Paris reached a staggering Please wait 24 hours then go to compensation. The service experienced a power failure on the line and had to be stopped between Halle and Tubeke for two hours. Around passengers were on the train at the time and pictures posted online showed many lining up alongside the train tracks.
Just 30 minutes gets you from Gatwick to central London or the City by train, but no matter how you choose to travel, there are lots of easy options. It's so quick and easy to get between Gatwick and London - you can be in central London in just 30 minutes.
Eurostar advise against all travel to and from Paris as extreme heat causes delays
The station is just a two minutes walk from the terminal. Book a private hire taxi or black cab from the airport. Book car rental at London Stansted Airport or at your destination.