Lufthansa subsidiary Brussels Airlines’ pilot union has called for strike action on May 14 and May 16, which is expected to create significant disruption to flight operations, the carrier confirmed to ATW.  “These actions will affect over 60,000 passengers,” a spokesperson in Brussels said. On May 14, 278 flights were scheduled with 34,000 passengers; on May 16, 279 flights were booked with 29,000 passengers. Brussels Airlines COO Thibault Demoulin called the ...

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