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Aviation – Warning strike started by Lufthansa ground staff

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Another warning strike by Lufthansa ground staff began at several German airports on Tuesday morning. The employees were asked to stop working from 4 a.m.

Another warning strike by Lufthansa ground staff began at several German airports on Tuesday morning. The employees were asked to stop working from 4 a.m. According to the service union Verdi, the warning strike will last until Wednesday morning at 7:10 a.m. In the areas of freight and technology, employees should stop working on Monday evening.

Lufthansa customers have to prepare for cancellations and delays due to the warning strike. In the passenger sector, the Lufthansa locations Frankfurt am Main, Munich, Hamburg, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Cologne-Bonn and Stuttgart are affected.

According to Lufthansa, 100,000 passengers are affected by the warning strike. The airline hopes to be able to offer ten to 20 percent of flights.

The background to the warning strike is the ongoing collective bargaining for the approximately 25,000 Lufthansa employees on the ground. The ground staff had already gone on strike at the beginning of February; only ten percent of flights were able to take off at that time.

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