Lufthansa Facing Another Strike This Week
Germany's largest airline, Lufthansa is facing another strike this week in an ongoing labor dispute with flight attendants.
The cabin crew union UFO said Monday that it would walk out Thursday, Friday and also Monday as it presses its demands, the dpa news agency reported.
UPDATE: Lufthansa cabin crew union calls off this week's strike
Polish national airline to strike on Thursday
A two-hour warning strike to take place between 6:30 and 8:30 am on Thursday was announced last week. The strike was announced by the Union of Cabin Crew and Aviation (which brings together more than 600 people). The chairperson of the Union, Grzegorz Włodek, said that the protest will cause delays in departures, most of them at around 7:00 am. - See more at: http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/229241,Polish-national-airline-to-strike-on-Thursday#sthash.FiaDggaL.dpuf
Possible Italian and French Air Traffic strike.
Maybe there will be a French Air Traffic strike starting on the 17th of November and there has been a call for an Italian National Strike, including Air Traffic personnel on 24th November 2015 from 1200-1600 UTC.
Greek Workers Strike Against Austerity
Police and demonstrators clashed briefly on Thursday during a rally held by labor unions to mark a 24-hour general strike to protest austerity measures imposed under Greece’s international bailout.
The strike, which disrupted hospital, public transport, air traffic, tax offices and other operations, is the first major union action faced by the governing Syriza party, a left-wing group that vowed to end austerity but has had to accept creditors’ demands to keep the euro.
692 Flights Cancelled as Bali's Ngurah Rai Airport Remains Closed
As many as 692 domestic and international flights bound for Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport have been cancelled between Tuesday and Thursday, November 3-5, due to the eruption of Mount Barujari in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara.
PIA pilots may again go on strike to press for demand
LAHORE - PIA pilots are likely to go on strike once again to press for their demands stating that things can go worse than before, said sources in the airline while talking to this scribe yesterday.
It merits mentioning here that a couple of weeks back pilots had gone on strike in favour of their demands due to which most of the planes of PIA were grounded.
Pakistan Airlines Pilots Association (PALPA) is going to meet on Tuesday (today) at Karachi to chalk out the strategy of future regarding frosty attitude of PIA management towards their demands, said an office-bearer of PALPA.
Australian Airport strike to cause traveller chaos
German Airline Lufthansa's Cabin Crew to Strike for 1 Week