The union representing Lufthansa cabin crews has announced another day of striking for Tuesday 4 September, and has warned that strikes will continue for longer and at more airports.
Union UFO has warned Lufthansa that strikes are planned for longer than 8 hours this time and that more airports will be affected. Last week's strikes only took place at Frankfurt, Germany's busiest airport, causing huge problems for travellers.
The union has not yet announced exactly when and where strikes will be taking place, and will give at least a six hour warning before striking. Travellers using Lufthansa are advised to check their website for the latest strike information.
According to Travelmole, a spokesperson for Lufthansa said that the airline has little time to prepare, but it is not planning to improve its offer of a 3.5% increase in wages.
Cabin crews have demanded a five percent increase in wages and a guarantee that the company will not use more temporary workers or outsource jobs.
Strikes on Saturday meant that Lufthansa had to cancel 19 flights, costing the German airline millions. Sources have reported however, that the airline is not planning to negotiate with the union until 10 September at the earliest.
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