Passengers flying with budget airline Ryanair have been advised to check with the airline ahead of industrial action this Friday.
Unions in Spain, as well as Belgium, Portugal, Italy and the Netherlands will be holding strike action over recognition of labour laws.
The action comes as the European Commission has said the airline must follow laws from where their staff live.
Last night it was announced that talks between the unions and the airlines broke down, meaning that the Ministry of Development will now set service levels expected by the airline.
The government has lodged a formal complaint against the Organization of American States after the Secretary General of the OAS issued comments on Columbian TV concerning former prime minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero.
The comments, made by Luis Almagro during an interview with the TV Network NTN, were seen as a personal attack on Mr. Zapatero, who is currently working on mediation efforts in Venezuela.
Mr. Zapatero was prime minister of Spain from 2004 until 2011.
The number of divorces in Spain has risen 1% compared to 2016, according to data released by the INE yesterday.
In total 102,342 marriages were dissolved in Spain last year, accounting for 2.2 couples per thousand people.
On average, most divorces happened between the ages of 45 and 47 years of age, and mothers kept custody of children in the separation.
The Canaries was one divorce hotspot, recording the highest rate per 1000 residents of divorce, whilst Castilla y León recorded the lowest average divorce rate.