Ryanair warns UK passengers about canceling flights

Ryanair has issued a warning to passengers heading to Germany this week due to flight cancellations due to the strike. A national strike has been held since March 27, following a series of failed conversations with businessmen in recent weeks.

The Verdi service workers union and the EVG union, which represents many railway workers, announced the strike. Verdi represents more than 2.5 million employees in the public sector, while EVG represents around 230,000 workers in the railways and bus companies.

Flights have been suspended at Munich and Frankfurt, two of Germany’s largest airports, as well as at the airports in Bremen, Hamburg and Stuttgart. The rail operator Deutsche Bahn has canceled its long-distance train services.

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Ryanair has announced today that it has been forced to cancel a number of flights and says it has informed some customers that they are affected.

In a statement, Ryanair said: “Due to the airport staff strike in Germany, Ryanair regrets to inform customers that it has been forced to cancel a small number of flights to and from Cologne, Hamburg, Nuremberg and Bremen on Monday 27 April. March”. 23

“All affected customers will be notified via email, SMS, and PUSH notification.”


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