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"Major flight cancellations" – Ver.di announces Lufthansa strike on Wednesday

Created: 07/25/2022 2:33 p.m

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Dispute at Lufthansa (symbolic image): Employers and union cannot agree on a new collective agreement. © Boris Roessler/dpa

On Wednesday, July 27, 20,000 Lufthansa ground staff were called on a warning strike, there is a risk of flight cancellations – read more here:

After more than two years of the corona pandemic, many people in Germany are plagued by travel fever. The restrictions have now been relaxed in almost all countries, and entry and exit are now much easier again. No wonder that long-distance travel in 2022 is also very popular. It only becomes problematic when there is a lack of staff at airports and flights are canceled due to warning strikes, as will be the case on Wednesday.
MANNHEIM24 reports which airports are threatened with flight cancellations on Wednesday

Lufthansa and the trade union ver.di have not yet been able to agree on a new collective agreement for the approximately 20,000 ground staff. The fronts have hardened, a warning strike is now supposed to get things moving in the negotiations – and that so shortly before the start of the summer holidays in Baden-Württemberg. On Wednesday “there will be major flight cancellations and delays,” says a statement.

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