Trades union protests against labour law reforms, along with separate pay demands, will this week see widespread rail and air transport strikes.
Marseille said to be worst affected but other airports hit include Toulouse, Bordeaux, Orly, Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle, Lyon and Nice.
French air force planes carried out two reconnaissance flights around the towns of Sirte and Tobruk late November, presidential office reports.
Officers chased one drone to the east of the French capital where several men were spotted recovering the aircraft before fleeing in a car.
Airline says the fresh two-day strike by cabin crew will affect 70 flights on Wednesday, of which 38 serve Paris.
Unions say management has promised no action will be taken against pilots or cabin crew not wishing to fly to affected regions.
The airline said it has temporarily halted its three weekly flights to Freetown at the request of the French government.
The French airline has suspended its flights to Israel indefinitely following rocket attacks close to Ben-Gurion International Airport.