Ryanair strikes – live: Latest updates as Spanish cabin crew prepare for walkout


This morning there were also strikes elsewhere in Europe.

Security workers at Berlin’s Tegel Airport walked out between 5am and 8.45am, the busiest time of the week for outbound departures. The strike triggered cancellations that will disrupt travel this morning.

Lufthansa and its subsidiaries Eurowings were hardest hit, with multiple flights to Frankfurt, Cologne and Munich grounded. Services to Paris, Copenhagen, Basel, Zurich and Vienna were among the international flights cancelled.

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