Labor union Verdi announced, that German public workers are planning strikes across the country. As it was disclosed in the press release, union representatives have been warned travelers for flight delays and cancellations.
The strike is a result of unsuccessful negotiations for a 6 percent pay rise for around 2.3 million workers in various public sector roles across Germany. Employees would be on strike on Tuesday at Munich, Frankfurt, Bremen and Cologne airports.
As it was announced in Verdi’s press release, the strike at the Frankfurt airport will be from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time on Tuesday. In addition to the ground staff and some fire services staff announced earlier, the security staff and workers loading and unloading planes will as well join the strike.
“A number of strikes are increasing every year. Unfortunately, but passengers usually have their flights delayed or even cancelled because of these. But even during this kind of flight disruptions passengers have their rights. Carriers need to take care of their customers according to the EC 261/2004 Regulation,” comments Marius Stonkus, the CEO of flight compensation company Skycop.
If you happen to experience flight disruptions due to strikes, you should definitely claim compensation via Skycop. Airlines do their best to weasel out of paying you – and we have an experienced team that knows all of their tricks.
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I am leaving to canada on tusday
Do u think strike will be still on
Should i go to another city or how should i know if i should leave earlier