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German airlines strike Airline crew go strike in Germany

Employees of Germanwings – a budget airline fully owned by Lufthansa – went for a three-day strike from December 30, over deadlock in a collective bargaining dispute with the management

Lufthansa flight attendants on 48-hour strike after favorable court ruling

The strike is an outcome of a long-standing dispute with the airlines management, which has yet to heed the employees’ calls for better timetables and work hours

Security staff at German airports go on strike demanding wage hike

The strike followed a stalemate over the workers’ long-standing demand for a pay rise to a minimum of 20 euros per hour. Some of the airports where workers are striking include Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover and Bremen.

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