Members of the Tartan Army could face difficulties in getting to Saturday’s friendly with France following strike action by French Air Traffic Control.
With Scotland failing to qualify for the European Championships, many supporters of the national team have been planning a short break to watch the match with Les Bleus.
However, some fans have seen their travel plans go up in smoke thanks to the industrial action.
Easyjet is among the carriers facing problems.
A statement on the budget airline’s website said: “We have been advised of a French Air Traffic Control strike between June 2 and 5 which is part of the current on-going industrial action in France.
“Approximately 65% of our flights fly over French airspace, which means we are expecting a large impact to our flying programme.
“We have been working very hard to minimise the impact on our customers, but just like other airlines, we have been forced to cancel flights ahead of the strike.
“Customers who are on the affected flights will be contacted directly via SMS and email to the mobile number or email address provided at the time of booking.
“Customers whose flights are cancelled will be offered a free of charge transfer to a new flight or a full refund.”
While the cancellations, which are also affecting other carriers, may upset some fans, others are pledging to get to the game whatever it takes.
Posting on the Tartan Army message board, supporters outlined alternative plans, including flying to Brussels followed by road travel to Metz.
Meanwhile, the striking crews came in for some stick, with one user posting: “We need a new country to have an alliance with, the French are generally speaking a shambles!”.
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