Strike in Greece hits flights today

Flights to Greece cancelled as strike announced
Air traffic controllers in Greece are undertaking strike action today, according to media reports. They have announced a four-hour work stoppage on August 5 from 2pm to 6pm local time.
Further air traffic control strike action is also possible on August 14 and 15. Customers affected have been urged to contact their airline, agent or tour operator. All airlines flying to and from Greece will be affected.
For example, easyJet says it has been forced to cancel some flights, adding that it was “working on alternative plans to attempt to move as many affected customers as possible”.
TTG Digital


Check Also

Billund Airport looks ahead to busy 2018

Western Danish airport smashes new records for 2017

Bergen two new routes, Billund one

Air France and Wizz Air announce fresh expansions

TORP, Sandefjord, lufthavn, airport, passengers, rise, increase, Rygge, low-cost, Ryanair, power, Oslo

Oslo Torp: 35% more passengers

Record year for Oslo’s second airport

Keflavík, isavia, airport, iceland, germany, berlin, capacity, 2018, new routes, icelandair

Iceland’s Keflavik smashes records

Hub prepares to “significantly pass” 10 million in 2018

Niki, Austria, Lufthansa, IAG, buy, airline, Lauda, deal, bid

IAG buys Niki: what to watch for

Are IAG and Vueling the deal’s only winners?

Tui helps poor Brits with cut-price hotels

Operator to open lower-cost hotels in Bulgaria and Croatia