I am ahead of the game, but I am a problem solver. Spain is undergoing talks with various unions right now with an end September date to come to agreements prior to ratifying strike action. There are rotating strikes scheduled throughout September, October, November. At this point, I am scheduled to arrive in Madrid via Air Canada on a day strike is scheduled (October 27), then via Iberia to Granada on the same ticket later that morning.
Will AC cancel the flight due to land on a strike day?
If so, will they rebook me?
Do I have the right to change my departure flight to land on a non affected day?(with no penalty or change fees)
I have prebooked events on days after my originally scheduled flight.
If there are issues leaving Madrid, well, I would be willing to look at alternative travel to Granada at my own expense, but would not be happy to not arrive in Spain on the day planned.
Any insights, please - and thank you.