In view of the strikes that the Verdi union is calling for at seven German commercial airports, the tour operator Tui is relocating some holiday flights to other airports. The circuits that were originally planned for Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Hanover and Munich are affected.
The course pairs X32432/X32433 and X32128/X32129 (Palma de Mallorca), which were originally supposed to take off in Frankfurt am Main, will be carried out from Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden. The same applies to Fuerteventura flights X32138/X32139. The routes planned from Stuttgart to Palma (X32172/X32173) and Fuerteventura (X32174/X32175) will also be moved to the Baden-Airpark.
The route planned from Hanover to the aforementioned Spanish island (X32148/X32149) will be carried out on Friday from Braunschweig. Hurghada flight X36954 is to fly from Paderborn instead of Hanover. The Fuerteventura circuit X32162/X32163 does not take off from Munich, but from Nuremberg. The same applies to Boa Vista flight X37104. Hurghada rotation ART1005/ART1006 served by Smartlynx will be relocated to Memmingen.
The Verdi union is calling for Friday, February 17, 2023 seven German commercial airports called on their members to walk out. Hamburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Munich have already announced that regular flight operations cannot take place on this day. Passengers who have tickets for Friday are strongly advised to contact their airline.