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Rail Travel Alert: Germany – Nationwide GDL train strike scheduled 19. and 20. May 2015

19th May 2015

GDL union announced open-ended nationwide rail services strike across Germany. Affected travel dates and times: Freight services – Tuesday, 19th May 2015, 15:00 hrs (local time) Passenger transportation – Wednesday, 20th May 2015, 02:00 hrs (local time) Business travel advice: The open-ended train services strike is expected to have severe impact on rail travel, as widespread cancellations and significant rail delays of […]

Rail-Line-Travel-Alerts - Germany Deutsche Bahn - GDL train drivers strike

Rail Travel Alert: Deutsche Bahn – GDL Industrial Action 4th -10 May 2015

5th May 2015

The passenger train drivers strike action announced by union Gewerkschaft Deutscher Lokomotivführer (GDL) begins today Tuesday, 5th May, 2:00 am local time, following the start of the freight train dirvers strike (4th May 2015).  The 6-day industrial action across Germany is expected to take place until Sunday, 10th May 2015, 9 am local time. Although the Deutsche Bahn has an […]

Business travel management: Germany-Industrial Action announced for 21st March

20th March 2013

Business travel management firm, Flighline Travel announce that due to announced the of Lufthansa staff for 21st March 2013 in Germany, Lufthansa will cancel most of its domestic and short haul flights for tomorrow. Long haul flights are expected to operate on time. According to the latest updates received the strike is expected to take […]

Germany – Security delays on Airports

14th February 2013

The trade union ver.di has announced for today, Thursday 14th February renewed strike action involving security personnel. The strike action is, according to the latest information, planned to last until midnight today. Recent incidents of this nature in Germany have caused delay and disruption. The airports affected are Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Osnabruck. Therefore we […]