Notice board at the Berlin-Brandenburg airport

Airport operator FBB canceled the originally planned 300 takeoffs and landings at BER.


(Photo: dpa)

Sedan The Union Profits launched a nearly 24-hour labor dispute at the Berlin airport on Wednesday morning, bringing operations to a complete standstill. The airport operator FBB has already canceled all of the approximately 300 takeoffs and landings originally scheduled at BER. Around 35,000 passengers are affected.

Profits expects a very large participation in the labor conflict in the ground handling services, the airport company and aviation security. The union justifies the strike by saying that there is not enough progress in collective bargaining for the approximately 6,000 employees in the three areas.

“Whether there are more strikes depends on what happens at the negotiating table and whether the employers change their minds,” Verdi expert Enrico Rümker told the Reuters news agency on Monday. The objective of industrial action is to achieve better working conditions. “The limit has been reached for many employees,” explained Rümker, who is also Verdi’s negotiator for ground crews. “The stress is unbelievable, there is a lack of personnel.”

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