On Monday, two of Germany’s major transport unions staged walkouts over pay disputes, impacting rail services and flights at eight major airports in Munich, Hamburg and Frankfurt. With over 400,000 transportation workers taking part in the strikes, authorities estimate that flight cancellations will impact nearly 400,000 travelers on Monday alone. This news follows the recent announcement of planned transportation strikes in the UK (these are set to start March 30). International visitors to Germany should expect and prepare for travel disruptions during this time. Learn more.
News Brief: Germany Transportation Strikes Impact European Travel
September 1, 2021
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