Austrian Airlines Cancels Over 100 Flights Due to Strike

Austrian Airlines canceled more than a hundred flights on March 28 due to a strike by workers demanding higher wages.

According to the Austrian Economic Chamber, the airline offered employees a 12.3% increase in their salaries. The protesters noted that this proposal applies only to certain categories of employees, while the rest can expect a salary increase of only 10%.

Austrian Airlines is owned by the German airline Lufthansa, whose workers went on strike on March 27 seeking higher wages.

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