Air France expects to cancel 15% of its long-haul flights Monday and Tuesday due to a pilots’ strike.

The strike, which began on Saturday and is scheduled to end Tuesday, involves 27% of Air France’s pilots, according to the carrier. 

Along with the disrupted long-haul flights, Air France expects to cancel 15% of domestic routes Monday and 72% of its medium-haul routes to and from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

The carrier’s schedule has been updated on the AirFrance.com website, but customers are still encouraged to check their flight time before going to the airport. 

Sweden’s SAS Airlines is also currently impacted by a pilots’ strike, which is scheduled to last through June 19. However, the strike is not impacting U.S. flights, the airline said.

SAS has posted a refund page for passengers on booked on shorter international and domestic flights whose plans are disrupted. The airline is also working with agents to rebook passenger on other airlines. 

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