Berlin: Easyjet continues string concert

Easyjet lettering (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Easyjet lettering (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Berlin: Easyjet continues string concert

Easyjet lettering (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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Even without a warning strike, the low-cost airline Easyjet again had to cancel a few flights from Berlin-Brandenburg Airport on Saturday. Since the affected flights were very well booked in both directions, many passengers have recently been stranded.

The Easyjet base in Berlin is suffering from an acute shortage of staff, which was already evident on the Pentecost weekend both on Saturday as well as on Sunday caused numerous deletions. A warning strike that took place on June 10, 2022 also caused many failures. Among other things, the Verdi union is demanding more money for the flight attendants.

Easyjet has already reacted to the staff shortage and will take effect at the end of June 2022 reduced the frequencies on many routes from Berlin-Brandenburg. The reason for this is by no means a lack of demand, but the fact that there are too few flight attendants available. Completely independently of this, the company has announced that from autumn 2022 the number of aircraft stationed at BER will further reduce. Around 275 full-time positions are to be cut.

The following Easyjet flights were canceled on Saturday from BER:

  • 06:00 EJU4541 Nice
  • 06:25 EJU5863 Zurich
  • 07:30 EJU5701 Rome-Fiumicino
  • 09:55 EZY8122 London Gatwick
  • 14:50 EJU5007 Ibiza
  • 15:00 EJU4607 Thessaloniki
  • 17:00 EJU5603 Dubrovnik

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