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BERLIN (AP) — German trade unions called on workers at seven of the country’s airports to go on strike on Friday and push for wage increases to curb inflation.
Verdi said Wednesday that a one-day strike by civil aviation security and ground staff would affect airports in Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Dortmund, Hannover and Bremen.
Frankfurt is Germany’s largest airport and a major hub for intercontinental travel. A strike in Munich could affect arrivals at the annual Munich Security Conference, which takes place from Friday to Sunday.
The union is demanding a wage increase of 10.5%, or at least €500 ($536), to combat the effects of high inflation that its members have endured.
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https://wgnradio.com/news/business-news/ap-union-calls-on-staff-at-7-german-airports-to-strike-friday/ Trade unions call staff at seven German airports to strike on Friday. WGN Radio 720