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German strikes set up hundreds of flights
"German strikes set up hundreds of flights"

"Hundreds of flights are cancelled at several major airports in Germany on Tuesday, including Frankfurt and Munich. The reason is an extensive strike among the security staff that requires salary increases."

"the trade Union Verdi has called on 350 staff to strike between 3.30 local time and 20: 00 on Tuesday. Also employees at several smaller airports, including Hanover, Bremen, and Hamburg, goes out in a day-long strike."

"Over 220,000 passengers are expected to be affected by cancelled and delayed flights. Fraport, which operates Frankfurt airport, have set 570 1 200 flights."

"Verdi, representing over 23 000 people who are dealing with security within the aviation industry. The German trade union sits in negotiations with the employers to increase the wages of all security personnel to 20 euros, equivalent to about 205 kroner an hour."

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