1000 Passengers left Stranded as Brussels Baggage Handlers go to Strike

1000 Passengers left Stranded as Brussels Baggage Handlers go to Strike

According to the airport spokeswoman, Nathalie Pierard, 300 travellers spent Thursday night at Brussels-Zaventem airport.

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She confirmed that the strike led to the termination of 100 departing and arriving flights mainly at Ryanair airport.

“Friday is one of the busiest days of the autumn. A total of 47,000 passengers are due to leave today,” Pierard said.

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The strike comes at the time when Belgium is starting school holidays and the end of Netherlands holidays.

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According to Fouad Bougrine of the liberal trade union, the staff has been complaining for months.

“Failure to meet previously made agreements by the management in combination with the high workload, not respecting breaks, … have the bucket.

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