- 4 flights cancelled each way from Dublin
- LH983@05:30, LH979@12:25, LH2515@17:35 and LH981@17:55
Lufthansa has cancelled nearly a third of its scheduled flights Wednesday November 23.
They have lost 876 of roughly 3,000 flights, including four flights each way between Dublin Airport and Frankfurt and Munich, following a 24-hour walkout by pilots with German airline Lufthansa.
The cancellations outbound are LH983@05:30, LH979@12:25, LH2515@17:35 and LH981@17:55.
It is the 14th strike to hit the airline in its long-running pay row with the pilots’ union.
Flights by Lufthansa’s other airlines including Germanwings, Eurowings, Austrian Airlines, SWISS and Brussels Airlines, are not affected.
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