Simon Calder to answer your travel questions as train and airline strikes loom

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Train strikes seem to be a regular occurrence at the moment, as many transport workers choose to walk away due to disputes over wages, job security and the cost of living.

This month will see further strikes by transport workers across the country, as well as some strikes in the airline industry that will affect Spain and Portugal.

While the threat of additional travel chaos for thousands of British Airways passengers has been lifted after workers suspended strike plans at London Heathrow airport, train or tube strikes have been confirmed in mid-August for some of the busiest travel weeks.

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Meanwhile, Spanish unions USO and SITCPLA, representing some members of Ryanair’s Spanish cabin crew, have voted to go on weekly strike until January 2023.

So what does this mean for your summer vacation and what dates should you not travel by train?

Our expert Simon Calder will be there next Thursday, August 4 to answer all your questions in an ‘Ask me Anything’ event between 4-5pm. He will answer live in the comments section below.

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Register to ask your question in the comment box below this article. If you’re not a member yet, click “sign up” in the comments section to leave your question.

Don’t worry if you can’t see your question – they will be hidden until Simon joins the conversation to answer them.

Then join us live on this page from 4 p.m., while Simon tackles as many of your travel questions as possible within an hour.

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