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BERLIN, Jan 23 (Reuters) – The operator of Germany’s BER airport within the capital Berlin expects a strike deliberate for Wednesday to floor all common passenger flights, the airport operator informed Reuters on Monday.
Around 300 takeoffs and landings have been deliberate for Wednesday, when 35,000 passengers have been to journey through the airport.
“The airport firm should assume on this state of affairs that no common passenger flights can happen at BER on this present day,” a spokesperson stated.
The Ver.di union has referred to as on airport workers in floor companies, aviation safety and on the airport firm to strike in a wage dispute.
“The purpose for the strike are parallel pay negotiations for which no answer has but been present in all three areas,” the union stated earlier Monday.
The union stated it expects many employees to take part and all air site visitors to and from Berlin to be affected by the all day strike. (Reporting by Kirsti Knolle and Klaus Lauer; writing by Rachel More; enhancing by Matthias Williams)