(NECN/CNN: Paris, France) - French workers are going on strike for the fourth time in a month to protest the government's plans to raise the retirement age.
If you're traveling to or from France Tuesday, the strike could well affect your journey.
As many as half of the flights in and out of Orly airport and a third of flights to and from Charles de Gaulle are canceled.
Ryanair says it's canceling 250 flights Tuesday.
But Air France and K-L-M say their long haul services are not affected.
All international train services to Italy and Spain have been canceled.
As well as some trains to Germany, Belgium, and Switzerland.
But the Eurostar service to the U-K will run as normal.