A total of 23 lawsuits have been filed with the labor court against the operating company of Rostock-Laage Airport. This emerges from an inquiry response in the state parliament. Accordingly, nine proceedings are still open.
The parliamentary group of the Left Party submitted a parliamentary question to the state government and received the answer that following the downsizing at Rostock-Laage Airport, which is publicly owned, a total of 23 victims have taken to the labor court. With the exception of nine cases, solutions, mostly comparisons, have already been achieved.
According to a report in the Schweriner Zeitung, the downsizing should have been carried out without a social plan. The airport's financial situation was very tense. At least for a short time, there was also an application for bankruptcy. The medium also writes that both the management and the works council are keeping a low profile on the lawsuits that are being brought before the labor court.
Corendon announces goals for the coming year
There are only a few flights from Rostock-Laage in the 2021 summer flight schedule. The charter marketer Green Airlines, on which one had obviously placed high hopes, turned out to be a flash in the pan, because the offer was withdrawn after only a few legs.
Corendon Airlines announces that it intends to offer a total of four destinations from Rostock-Laage in the summer flight schedule of 2022. These are Antalya, Hurghada, Rhodes and Crete. According to Rostock Airport, ticket sales have already started.