Lufthansa canceled 45 flights on Tuesday

Airbus A350-900 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).
Airbus A350-900 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).

Lufthansa canceled 45 flights on Tuesday

Airbus A350-900 (Photo: Mario Caruana / MAviO News).
Advertising

The strike by Lufthansa ground staff has not even begun, but according to the carrier, around 7.500 passengers did not fly on Tuesday. The Verdi union is to blame for this, even though there hasn't been a strike yet.

Lufthansa announced that around 45 flights from Frankfurt and Munich were canceled on Tuesday. It is said that these were almost exclusively long-distance connections that were allegedly fully booked. According to the airline, the flights from Bangkok, Singapore, Boston, Denver, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seoul to Munich are affected. In the direction of Frankfurt am Main, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, Miami and New Delhi, among others, have been canceled. For Wednesday Lufthansa has due to the ground staff strike almost all flights canceled.

The strike is already having an impact on guests who would have landed in Munich or Frankfurt as scheduled tomorrow. Lufthansa also explains that they are working "at full speed" to stabilize flight operations by the weekend. In the next few days, after-effects in the form of further cancellations and delays are to be expected. The sister company Austrian Airlines also has them all Connections to Frankfurt and Munich planned for Wednesday have been canceled.

Leave a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published. Required fields are marked with * marked

This website uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn more about how your comment data is processed.

Editor of this article:

Jan Gruber is Senior Editor at Aviation.Direct. Before that, he had held the same position at AviationNetOnline (formerly Austrian Aviation Net) since 2012. He specializes in low-cost carriers, regional aviation in the DA-CH region and in-depth research.

Nobody likes paywalls
- not even Aviation.Direct!

Information should be free for everyone, but good journalism costs a lot of money.

If you enjoyed this article, you can check Aviation.Direct voluntary for a cup of coffee Coffee trail (for them it's free to use).

In doing so, you support the journalistic work of our independent specialist portal for aviation, travel and tourism with a focus on the DA-CH region voluntarily without a paywall requirement.

If you did not like the article, we look forward to your constructive criticism and / or your suggestions for improvement, either directly to the editor or to the team at with this link or alternatively via the comments.

Your
Aviation.Direct team
paywalls
nobody likes!

About the editor

Jan Gruber is Senior Editor at Aviation.Direct. Before that, he had held the same position at AviationNetOnline (formerly Austrian Aviation Net) since 2012. He specializes in low-cost carriers, regional aviation in the DA-CH region and in-depth research.

Nobody likes paywalls
- not even Aviation.Direct!

Information should be free for everyone, but good journalism costs a lot of money.

If you enjoyed this article, you can check Aviation.Direct voluntary for a cup of coffee Coffee trail (for them it's free to use).

In doing so, you support the journalistic work of our independent specialist portal for aviation, travel and tourism with a focus on the DA-CH region voluntarily without a paywall requirement.

If you did not like the article, we look forward to your constructive criticism and / or your suggestions for improvement, either directly to the editor or to the team at with this link or alternatively via the comments.

Your
Aviation.Direct team
paywalls
nobody likes!

Leave a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published. Required fields are marked with * marked

This website uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn more about how your comment data is processed.

Advertising