58 of the 400 flights planned for Thursday were canceled. On Thursday, a spokeswoman said about 5,800 passengers were affected.
Business meetings ouch– Staff severely disrupted the airline’s flight schedule on Thursday. 58 of about 400 planned flights have been cancelled. On Thursday, a spokeswoman said about 5,800 passengers were affected. The flight and ground crews’ working councils held simultaneous working meetings in the morning.
“The fact that business meetings are chosen to time directly before the weekend with increased travel volumes is deeply unfortunate and a shame, especially for our passengers,” the spokeswoman said. As far as possible, the passengers were contacted personally.
There is currently no conflict between the work board and management. Trade unionist Daniel Liephart explained that business meetings were regular meetings that “must be held by labor councils in accordance with the Labor Constitution Act”.
“Because of the pandemic, this hasn’t happened in physical form for a long time, so there was a lot to discuss with the workforce,” Liephart says. Holding the meetings at the same time did not lead to irregularities on two consecutive days. There was no reason for the industrial strike.
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