Strikes in Germany drive Thai Airways to cancel 6 flights

Strikes in Germany have pressured Thai Airways International (THAI) to cancel six flights. The strikes, known as by German labour unions Verdi, and EVG, representing transport staff, are related to wage disputes, Reuters reported.
The strikes are expected to cause widespread disruption to railways and airports. Operations at Frankfurt and Munich airports are at a standstill.
The cancelled THAI flights are:
• Bangkok-Frankfurt TG920 on Sunday
• Frankfurt-Bangkok TG921 on Monday
• Bangkok-Frankfurt TG922 on Monday
• Frankfurt-Bangkok TG 923 on Monday
• Bangkok-Munich TG924 on Sunday-Monday
• Munich-Bangkok TG925 on Sunday-Monday
Passengers are urged to examine for updates on THAI’s web site or name the contact centre at (02) 356 1111.
No nonsense will be the latest in a series of business actions and protests in Europe, as greater food and vitality costs have taken a toll on folks.
This news comes after THAI was pressured to cancel several flights to Germany just final month.
Six flights on February sixteen and 17 had been cancelled. Public sector employees and floor handlers have been putting at seven airports: Frankfurt Main, Munich, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Dortmund, Hannover, and Bremen.
Flights can be “massively disrupted,” mentioned an official at Munich Airport.
The web sites of at least three airports in Germany – Dusseldorf, Nuremberg and Dortmund – had been offline after an IT techniques failure, disrupting flight operations of German flag provider Lufthansa, and leaving 1000’s of passengers stranded.
THAI stated in a press release that there was a “catastrophic” labour scarcity amongst ground handling workers.
Airport association ADV mentioned that strikes would result in 2,340 home and worldwide flight cancellations. The association referred to as the strikes “completely inappropriate.”

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