As we move into the third day of strikes by Vereinigung Cockpit, Lufthansa passengers will be groaning about more strike action affecting travel.
Currently, in terms of short to mid-haul flights, 815 flights will be affected that are operated by Lufthansa main line.
Flights operated by Germanwings ,Eurowings, Lufthansa Cityline as well as other Lufthansa group airlines will be unaffected, with Lutheran boasting it will operate 75% of its 3,000 flight operation… throughout the group.
The short-haul and medium haul service cancellations are listed at http://www.lufthansa.com/online/portal/lh/de/flight_services/cancelled_flights?nodeid=1410039030&l=en&cid=18002
We all know the drill now – head to http://www.lufthansa.com/de/en/Travel-information.
What’s more is that LONG HAUL SERVICES are the next target, with strike action on Saturday 21st March.
It’s like the fun will never end if you’re a passenger on Lufthansa, with four days of action against the airline.
The usual lines apply – rebook now, and look for alternatives
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Jeremy McMillen says
I work on the Ramp at Seattle and we do LH. I think tomorrow (Saturday) may only be an inbound and no out bound and Sunday will be just an out bound this will be a fun weekend for us.