Flights cancelled at Berlin airports

Flights cancelled at Berlin airports
Shortage didn't affect Baku-Berlin and Berlin-Baku flights
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Baku. 10 March. REPORT.AZ/ Nearly all flights were canceled at Berlin's two airports on Friday due to strike action by ground staff, who want an increase in pay to 12 euros ($12.71) from 11 euros an hour.

Report informs, shortage didn't affect Baku-Berlin and Berlin-Baku flights.

Berlin Airport, which operates Tegel and Schoenefeld, said 455 flights had been canceled at Tegel and 204 at Schoenefeld as of 0615 GMT. The strike is due to run for 25 hours from 0400 local time (0300 GMT) on Friday.

Carriers including Air Berlin, Lufthansa, easyJet and Ryanair serve the two airports.

The industrial action comes as many trade visitors try to make their way home from the world's biggest tourism trade fair, the ITB, which ends in Berlin on March 12.

"We are ready for talks at any time, of course also over the weekend, and open for a new offer," said Enrico Ruemker, strike leader at trade union Verdi.

Notably, due to the strike "Aeroflot" was also forced to make changes to the flight schedule. Some flights will be sent to Dresden.

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