Lufthansa pilot strike Thursday 4 December 2014

Strike by Lufthansa pilots on December 4th 2014

Source: ABTA Newswire 3rd December 2014

The pilots union Vereinigung Cockpit has announced a strike for Lufthansa intercontinental flights departing between 03:00 CET and 23.59 CET on December 4th. During the strike period disruptions of Lufthansa long-haul flights are expected. Lufthansa is currently working intensely on a special timetable for the strike period, which will be published as soon as possible.

All Lufthansa short and medium haul flights as well as flights operated by the Lufthansa Group airlines Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Germanwings, SWISS and Air Dolomiti (operated by OS, SN, 4U, LX, EN) will not be affected.

Any Wexas customer affected by this action has been contacted and re-routed where possible.

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