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Spain Travel Update – Monday 15 January 2024



With around 23,800 flights scheduled across Europe today, pretty much the same as last Monday, there might still be some delays because of the testing of that new equipment in Paris Air Traffic Control, but as last week progressed, around 80 percent of the effected flights were domestic. Their still might be some delays between the UK and Spain as aircraft divert over the Bay of Biscay to avoid French air space.

In France, there is also industrial action in the Bordeaux Air Traffic Control centre, but with minimum service guarantees, this is not expected to have an impact.

The World Economic Forum in Davos starts today with an additional 200 aircraft in the area as a result, the Zurich area most affected, but as always it could impact other routes as the day progresses due to aircraft movements.

Various military restrictions are in force as a result, and once again a military test flight will take place today and tomorrow morning in Turkiye.

Low pressure over the South of Scandinavia and Northeast Europe bringing moderate snowfall in Northern UK and Scotland, Benelux, North & Central Germany, East France, Switzerland, Austria, Poland and the Czech Republic.

Road wise, there´s nothing significant planned but remember that if you are venturing into the mountain areas, which in some cases might be less than an hour from the sunny coast, snow chains should be a consideration to avoid getting stranded.

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