[UPDATED] Apron workers, represented by the GdF union, at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) plan to continue their strike into Wednesday.
Lufthansa A330 at Frankfurt Airport. By Rob Finlayson [UPDATED] Apron workers, represented by the GdF union, at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) plan to continue their strike into Wednesday. GdF indicated it is ready to continue the strike action for several weeks. Fraport has implemented emergency plans for the duration of the strike and said it handled 230 flights out of 1,250 scheduled flights Monday, which affected about 130,000 passengers. Lufthansa (LH) canceled 200 flights Monday and ...
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