According to the Vietnam News Agency correspondent in Berlin, the Verdi union has called on employees at eight airports in Germany to go on strike to demand higher wages. Congestion occurs most at two major airports, Frankfurt and Munich. In a statement on the same day, Verdi said: “The strike will have a huge impact on many activities, especially with domestic air traffic, from delays to cancellations and even partial shutdowns of traffic. air”.
Earlier, the German airport association ADV said the strike could affect about 295,000 passengers and more than 2,300 flights. ADV director Ralph Beisel urged the parties to find solutions at the negotiating table instead of affecting passengers.
Verdi said the nationwide strike would not affect aid flights to Turkey and Syria, where the international community is struggling to recover from the aftermath of the magnitude 7 earthquake. 8 killed more than 43,000 people and destroyed many homes. In addition, planes carrying leaders to attend the annual Munich Security Conference in Germany were also not affected.
Verdi is currently leading negotiations with the world primarily to raise wages for ground and aviation security workers as workers face an energy crisis and rising costs of living due to the rising cost of living. prolonged inflation. As planned, the next round of negotiations with employers is scheduled to take place on February 22-23.
Earlier, on February 15, Lufthansa airline was forced to cancel or delay many flights due to a serious problem in the information system. The incident affected the check-in and boarding process of all airlines belonging to this group.
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