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Union calls warning strike at Bir Airport

Union calls warning strike at Bir Airport

The trade union verdi has called a warning strike at Berlin-Brandenburg Airport on Monday. Verdi announced today that staff in Aviation Security, Passenger Control, Personnel and Cargo Control will be on their way out at 3.30am and finish at midnight. ver.di has already gone on strike at the airports of Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Cologne/Bonn on Thursday and yesterday, as well as at the airports of Stuttgart and Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden on Friday.

The warning strikes led to the cancellation of many flights in Germany. There is still a strike at Baden Airport today. ver.di wants to increase pressure on employers in personnel negotiations in aviation security, in passenger control, in personnel and goods control, and in service areas.

The union has been negotiating with the Federal Aviation Security Companies Association (BDLS) for some time over surcharges for night, Saturday, Sunday, and public holiday work as well as regulations on overtime pay for security and service personnel. “We urge BDL once again to make a negotiable offer on April 27 and 28 and not play for time, otherwise there is a risk of more air traffic strikes in May and on Pentecost,” said Wolfgang Bieber of verdi.

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