[UPDATED] A German court will not allow air traffic controllers to join the Frankfurt Airport (FRA) apron workers in a solidarity strike.
Taxiing traffic at Frankfurt Airport. Courtesy, Fraport AG [UPDATED] A German court will not allow air traffic controllers to join the Frankfurt Airport (FRA) apron workers in a solidarity strike. The GdF union urged control tower staff Tuesday to join walkouts, which would have brought the airport to a complete standstill. Walkouts by 190 apron workers over pay have canceled around 1,400 flights, with a further 200 expected Tuesday, about 140 of them operated by Lufthansa (ATW ...
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