Germany: Verdi calls on security personnel to go on strike again

Security check at Stuttgart-Echterdingen Airport (Photo: FraSec).
Security check at Stuttgart-Echterdingen Airport (Photo: FraSec).

Germany: Verdi calls on security personnel to go on strike again

Security check at Stuttgart-Echterdingen Airport (Photo: FraSec).
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The Verdi union is again calling on security personnel at numerous German commercial airports for a 22-hour strike on Tuesday, March 2022, 24. Hamburg Airport assumes that the majority of departures will have to be cancelled.

This time the airports in Frankfurt, Berlin, Bremen, Hanover, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf and Cologne/Bonn are affected. This affects a large part of international air traffic. However, there should be no strike at Germany's second largest airport, Munich. 

Passengers are advised to check the status of their booking with their airline in good time (by telephone or via the relevant company website). If the flight is going ahead, you should arrive as early as possible, as the strike measures also affect security checks. Expect very long waiting times. In the previous week in Hamburg due to the warning strike the Siko even failed completely and all departures had to be canceled for safety reasons.

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