Strike at Lufthansa! 1300 flights will be canceled on the days of 7 and 8 November 2019

Strike at Lufthansa! 1300 flights will be canceled on the days of 7 and 8 November 2019

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By an official statement, Lufthansa announced that it is activating the special operational plan for the days of 7 and 8 November 2019. Of the total 6000 of flights scheduled in the 2 days, approximately 1300 of flights will be canceled.

The Independent Flight Attendants (Ufo) has announced strikes in Lufthansa for 7 and 8 in November. Lufthansa will activate a special plan for next-day flights. The operational program will be available on the website Lufthansa.com, and passengers can check the status of the flights.

Strike at Lufthansa

On Thursday, 7 November, 2.300 from 3.000 can operate Lufthansa Group scheduled flights. On Friday, 8 November, 2.400 Lufthansa Group flights will operate. Following the strike, approximately 180.000 passengers will be affected by the cancellation of 1300 flights.

Lufthansa Group member airlines, ie Eurowings, Germanwings, SunExpress, Lufthansa Cityline, SWISS, Edelweiss, Austrian Airlines, Air Dolomiti and Brussels Airlines, will not be affected by the strike. Their flights will be operated according to schedule.

Affected passengers who have flights to / from Frankfurt and Munich will be able to reschedule their flights for FREE within 10 days. On domestic flights, passengers will be able to use Deutsche Bahn trains, regardless of whether their flights were / were not canceled. Customers can convert their ticket into a Deutsche Bahn ticket. You can access the "My reservations" section on www.lufthansa.com. Therefore, it is not necessary for passengers to arrive at the airport. It is recommended to reserve the places.

In addition to the classic checks, through the Lufthansa website, passengers will also be notified by email or SMS (only those who provided this information).

And don't forget about financial compensation, which can be up to 600 €.

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