Berlin Brandenburg airport passenger flights face grounding Wednesday due to workers’ strike

posted on 24th January 2023 by Eddie Saunders
Berlin Brandenburg airport passenger flights face grounding Wednesday due to workers’ strike

Passenger flights at Brandenburg airport are facing grounding on Wednesday due to a workers’ strike.

The strike, which is being organized by the airport’s workers’ union, is in protest of what they consider to be poor working conditions and inadequate pay.

The strike is set to affect both domestic and international flights, causing disruptions for thousands of travelers.

The airport management has urged passengers to check the status of their flights before heading to the airport and to contact their airlines for further information.

The workers’ union has stated that the strike will continue until their demands for better working conditions and pay are met.

The airport management, on the other hand, has stated that they are willing to negotiate but that the demands of the workers are not feasible given the current financial situation of the airport.

This strike highlights the ongoing issue of worker rights and pay in the aviation industry.

The industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to financial difficulties for many airlines and airports.

However, the workers’ union argues that it is imperative for their rights and well-being to be protected during these difficult times.

The situation at Brandenburg airport is being closely monitored and updates will be provided as the strike unfolds.

The airport management has urged passengers to check the status of their flights before heading to the airport and to contact their airlines for further information.