Berlin Airport cancels all flights due to strike
Berlin-Brandenburg airport canceled all its flights on Wednesday due to a 24-hour strike called by the Ver.di union to demand wage improvements for ground handling workers, the airport company and air safety.
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“The reason for the strike are the parallel rounds of collective bargaining, for which a solution has not yet been found in any of the three sectors,” ver.di said in a statement.
The union said its members were asking for a raise of 500 euros ($544) a month.
The strike affected some 300 flights to and from the German capital.
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