The week-long strike began on Monday by halting about half of the French airline's flights, but is due to ground 60% of flights on Tuesday.
Up to half of airline's services set to be cancelled on Monday, the start of week-long action by pilots over plans to expand low-cost operations.
Pilots due to begin a one-week strike over company plans to cut costs to recapture market share from budget airlines.
Week-long stoppage called over airline's plans to transfer most of its short- and medium-haul services to its low-cost Transavia Airlines.
The September 15-22 strike is over reorganisation of the airline's routes which they say threatens jobs and is made without proper consultation.
France's busiest summer weekend, with July holidaymakers returning and August ones leaving, led to a record 915 kilometres of tailbacks.
The stoppage will affect Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in Paris as well as those at Ajaccio, Bastia, Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille and others.
About 2,000 lawyers set to join march to prime minister's office in protest at the new levy on lawyers' fees which will be used to fund legal aid.
Union says 71 percent of employees, from actors to stage hands, voted for opening night stoppage in ongoing row over unemployment benefits.
The main union behind the strike against budget cuts said French government had now recognised the 'importance of investment in the sector'.
French air traffic controllers' unions predict 'a large number of cancellations and major disruption' during the June 24th-29th strike.
Railway operator SNCF said only 10.5% of its workforce are continuing with the now nine-day rolling strike over structural reforms.
Performing artists and technicians working in the arts are protesting against tough changes to their specific unemployment benefits system.
Unions received a government pledge that a mandatory 48-hour warning of strike action would not be used to find replacement pilots.