Lufthansa cancelled 800 flights due to airports staff strikes
On 10 April, German company Lufthansa had to cancel 800 flights due to strikes at the airports of Munich, Cologne, Bremen and Frankfurt am Main; around 90 thousand passengers were affected, according to the information on the Company’s site.
The strikes are conducted by Verdi trade union workers, and are held prior to the new phase of tariff negotiations with employers. “Lufthansa is not a part of this conflict, but unfortunately our customers and our Company are being affected by the consequences of this dispute”, says the report.
At the same time, the airline company says, that those people who were unable to use the services of the company due to the strike will be able to rebook one flight free of charge within the next seven days. On 11 April, the flights in all directions will be resumed.
Source: Novaya Gazeta
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