This is the first time since 2018 that a strike has affected so many flights in Germany.
On Wednesday morning, January 25, in airport Berlin-Brandenburg all flights were either canceled or rescheduled due to a workers’ strike. About 300 flights were scheduled to take off or land at Berlin Airport today.
How informs DW, the strike will affect 35,000 passengers who were supposed to pass through this airport.
Airline management postponed some flights to Thursday, diverted others to airports such as Dresden and Leipzig, and many passengers were also rebooked on trains.
The strike was organized by the Verdi trade union over the issue of wages. The union is demanding a 500-euro monthly salary increase for airport and ground services employees over 12 months as part of a collective agreement.
This is the first time since 2018 that a strike has affected so many flights in Germany. It started at 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday and will continue until the end of the day.
We will remind, at the airport in Sochi from the wing of the plane of “Ural Airlines” it is easy fuel began to leak during takeoff.