Related Skyscanner German traffic up 13 following

first_img RelatedSkyscanner German traffic up 13% following Lufthansa strike disruptionSkyscanner’s German site (www.Skyscanner.de) saw a 13% rise in traffic as travellers scrambled to find replacement flightsSkyscanner traffic spikes amidst European strike chaosSkyscanner traffic spikes amidst European strike chaosTop Black Friday flight deals 2018The place to find amazing Black Friday 2017 flight deals! ### Last updated: 28/11/2017 09:16am Update: Pilots’ strike, affecting 50% of long-haul Lufthansa flights from Frankfurt and Munich airport, as well as a number of cargo flights, will continue from 0200 until 2259 on Thursday December 4th.Members of the pilot’s union Vereinigung Cockpit are set to strike from noon on December 1st until midnight on December 2nd.Talks over retirement benefits have broken down, leading to the cancellation of 1,350 flights, despite efforts from Europe’s largest airline to reopen discussions.This Germany-wide strike will affect all Lufthansa short-haul and continental flights departing between 12.00 on December 1st and 23.59 on December 2nd. International flights departing between 3am and midnight on December 2nd may also be affected.All flights operated by the Lufthansa Group airlines will not be affected. This includes: Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Germanwings, SWISS and Air Dolomiti.Normal operations are expected to resume on Wednesday, or as soon as the strike is over.For more information, check out Lufthansa’s website.Track the status of your Lufthansa flight here.Check to see if your flight has been cancelled here.Read more: 10 tips for dealing with flight delays and cancellations ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img

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