The strike will have the biggest impact in the southern area of France.
But it is expected that the industrial action will also have an effect on all flights that fly over France.
Budget airline easyJet has already warned passengers of possible flight disruption and other UK carriers, including British Airways, are likely to be affected.
EasyJet said it had been asked by French civil aviation body the DGAC to reduce its flights from both Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris Orly airports to southern European destinations by 30%. Flights to Basel, Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseilles and Toulouse are also likely to be impacted.
EasyJet said that more than 70%of its flights operate through French airspace and there was "a risk of late-notice cancellations depending on the severity of the effect of the strike action".
EasyJet went on: "All passengers due to travel on cancelled flights will be advised via email and details of these cancellations will also be listed on our website.
"We recommend passengers check the status of their flight on www.easyjet.com before travelling to the airport. For any passengers whose flight is cancelled we will offer a full refund or they can change their flight booking free of charge."