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It is just the latest in a long line of travel misery for passengers.
Earlier this year, BA cabin crews staged a number of strikes and last week Ryanair was forced to cancel 250 flights thanks to strike action by French air traffic controllers.
The industrial action by Spanish workers is, of course, beyond the control of the airlines but Ryanair is calling on EU leaders to act against such disruption.
British Airways and easyJet are doing their best to minimise the disruption to customers.
A BA spokesman told the Daily Mail: "If customers don't wish to fly to or from Spain during the strike, even if their flight is still planned to operate, then they can also rebook to a later date free of charge."
The travel giant also intends to use larger aircraft to "maximise" the number of passengers travelling on those services that do run.
Meanwhile an easyJet spokeswoman confirmed that customers had been offered the chance to change their date of travel prior to the strike.
One thing's for sure... it's been a long summer for British air passengers.
What do you think? Should the EU do something about industrial action that causes such disruption? Leave your comments below.