Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by TLspotting » 24 Apr 2019, 20:20

Possible strike of SAS pilots on 26 April 2019.

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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by luchtzak » 30 Apr 2019, 12:17

There is a call for national strike in France on 09/05.

It will start on the 8th at 1700UTC and end on the 10th at 0400UTC.

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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by luchtzak » 07 May 2019, 17:49

Iberia information to passengers

Please be advised that due to the strike of security personnel at Madrid airport, serious delays in security control are to be expect.

For this reason, and in order to board your flight with peace of mind, we recommend that you get your boarding pass at iberia.com, arrive at the airport earlier and go to your boarding area as soon as possible.

Thank you very much and have a good trip.
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by luchtzak » 09 May 2019, 09:20

Situation updates (latest : 0615 UTC)
LFFF Paris ACC : Due to industrial action,

east area: no significant delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

west area: an average delay of 40 min from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFEE Reims ACC : Due to industrial action, no significant delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFRR Brest ACC : Due to industrial action, an average delay of 70 min from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFBB Bordeaux ACC : Due to industrial action, an average delay of 110 min from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFMM Marseille ACC : Due to industrial action,

east area: an average delay of 30 min from 0600 to 0800UTC
west area: an average delay of 55 min from 0600 to 0800UTC



FRENCH AIRPORTS


LFPO Paris Orly : due to industrial action, an average delay of 45 min from 0600 to 0700UTC, and an average delay of 60 min from 0700 to 0800UTC

LFPG Paris Charles de Gaulle: due to industrial action, no significant delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFML Marseille Provence: due to industrial action, no significant delay from 0600 to 0700UTC, and an average delay of 55 min from 0700 to 0800UTC

LFMN Nice: due to industrial action, no significant delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFLL Lyon St Exupery: due to industrial action, some flights with around 65 min delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFBO Toulouse: due to industrial action, an average delay of 90 min from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFBD Bordeaux: due to industrial action, no significant delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFRS Nantes: due to industrial action, some flights with around 75 min delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFST Strasbourg: due to industrial action, some flights with around 60 min delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFSB Bale: due to industrial action, no significant delay from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFOB Beauvais: due to industrial action, an average delay of 35 min from 0600 to 0800UTC

LFMP Perpignan: no ATS till 06h30 UTC

LFBZ Biarritz: no ATS till 10h00 UTC

LFQQ Lille: no ATS till 07h00 UTC

LFBA Agen: no ATS till 07h00 UTC

LFGA Colmar: no ATS till 12h00 UTC

LFJL Metz-Nancy-Lorraine: no ATS till 07h00 UTC

LFLB Chambéry: no ATS till 07h00 UTC

LFOP Rouen: no ATS for the day

LFLN Saint Yan: no ATS till 07h00 UTC

LFBP Pau: no ATS till 10h00 UTC

LFMH Saint Etienne: no ATS for the day

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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by luchtzak » 09 May 2019, 10:10

You can clearly see France on the image, delays above 45 minutes are marked in red.
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by TLspotting » 09 May 2019, 10:59

Ryanair cancelled some flights at CRL...
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 14 May 2019, 21:04

Air Nostrum and the pilots’ union have ratified an agreement that put an end to months of negotiations and strikes.
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 27 May 2019, 20:56

Public transport strike 28 May: Do not travel to Schiphol if it is not strictly necessary

Please do not travel to or from Schiphol on Tuesday 28 May if it is not strictly necessary. Due to the national public transport strike no buses and trains will be running in the Netherlands.

We expect high congestion on the roads to and from the airport.

There is very limited train traffic between Schiphol and Amsterdam to keep crowd levels at Schiphol under control. This involves four trains per hour instead of the usual 25 trains per hour. Furthermore, there is no public transport.

Please postpone your trip if possible. Check live traffic information before you depart. Please contact your airline for flight information.
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by Passenger » 27 May 2019, 21:42

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Public transport strike 28 May: Do not travel to Schiphol if it is not strictly necessary

Please do not travel to or from Schiphol on Tuesday 28 May if it is not strictly necessary. Due to the national public transport strike no buses and trains will be running in the Netherlands.

There is very limited train traffic between Schiphol and Amsterdam to keep crowd levels at Schiphol under control. This involves four trains per hour instead of the usual 25 trains per hour. Furthermore, there is no public transport.
This minimal service level (4 trains per hour) is a court obligation, obtained by Schiphol Airport and the city or Haarlemmermeer.

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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 27 May 2019, 22:31

sn26567 wrote:
27 May 2019, 20:56
Public transport strike 28 May: Do not travel to Schiphol if it is not strictly necessary

Please do not travel to or from Schiphol on Tuesday 28 May if it is not strictly necessary. Due to the national public transport strike no buses and trains will be running in the Netherlands.

Please postpone your trip if possible. Check live traffic information before you depart. Please contact your airline for flight information.
KLM offer free rebooking for flights of 28 May.
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 29 May 2019, 11:56

Another day of strikes at Schiphol: The Dutch labour union FNV has called the staff of security, cleaning, baggage, apron and check-in to strike on a number of moments during the day. This might affect your journey. Are you flying from or to Schiphol? Please take account for longer waiting times.

(For all those travellers saying they would never again fly from Brussels, it's not better elsewhere!)
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 13 Jun 2019, 12:07

British Airways pilots have called for strike action, after rejecting a pay package from management. A way to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the airline?
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 02 Jul 2019, 20:13

Air Malta pilots have warned the national carrier to expect industrial action from next week if the government fails to start discussions with them over their collective agreement.
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 08 Jul 2019, 22:34

British Airways will begin talks with its pilots to avert a potentially damaging summer 2019 strike. Pilots have rejected a pay increase worth 11.5% over three years.
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Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

Post by sn26567 » 12 Jul 2019, 16:08

Unite has confirmed 17 days of strikes for this summer by staff employed by Stobart Aviation Services to run check-in operations for easyJet at Stansted airport.
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