A strike notice at Lille Airport, minimum service guaranteed but delays/cancellations possible

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Staffers working for Securitas and the firefighter services (SSLIA) of Lille airport, France filed a strike notice for tomorrow 24 June. Negotiations between both parties failed, hence the strike action was announced. Firefighters need to be present and active as per international aviation safety standards.

But a minimum service will nevertheless be provided at the SSLIA at Lille airport, authorising the arrival and departure of a certain number of flights, scheduled in consultation with the airlines.

Cancellations or delays are therefore possible on flights scheduled for departure and arrival.

Passengers are requested to check their flight status via: www.lille.aeroport.fr/infos-vols-et-compagnies/arrivals-departs/ and are requested to contact their airline or travel agency.

Bart Noëth: Bart has been working in the Belgian aviation industry since 1996. In 2021, he became a voluntary firefighter/EMT. He is spending his free time with his rugrats, girlfriend, family and friends. He loves to travel, wines and dines and supports his favourite football squad KV Mechelen. He is an Ironman 70.3 finisher and dreams of completing a full distance.
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