Planned attack expands to Frankfurt, other German airports
BERLIN (AP) – A German trade union has expanded Tuesday a planned strike of security personnel at Frankfurt Airport with several other airports, including Hamburg.
News agency dpa reported that on Sunday the ver.di-bond announced the one-day outage in Hamburg, two days after the strike in Frankfurt, the busiest hub in Germany.
Internships are also expected on Tuesday at the smaller airports of Hanover, Bremen, Leipzig-Halle, Dresden and Erfurt.
The union wants to pay per hour for all employees who perform security checks, up to 20 euros ($ 23.10). Employers' Association BDLS says that in some cases the amount may go up to 30 percent.
Ver.di says it is waiting for employers to make a proposal for about 23,000 security staff.
Earlier strikes resulted in hundreds of cancellations of flights at the airports in Düsseldorf, Cologne-Bonn, Stuttgart and Berlin.
FILE – In this Sunday 4 February 2018, a photograph of a Lufthansa plane prepares to land at the international airport in Frankfurt, Germany. A German trade union calls for security personnel at Frankfurt Airport to strike on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 in a dispute over pay. (AP Photo / Michael Probst, file)
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