Air France said it would operate more than 95% of its long-haul flights Monday as the carrier continued to deal with a flight attendants’ strike.

The airline also expected to operate more than 80% of domestic flights and more than 80% of medium-haul flights to or from Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport on Monday. 

The strike began last Wednesday and will continue through Tuesday. Through Sunday, Air France had canceled approximately 900 flights due to the labor action, according to various news outlets.

Those who hold Air France tickets for today or tomorrow can be rebooked free of charge for flights between Aug. 3 and Aug. 12.

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