German public services trade union Verdi called on security personnel to strike at Cologne and Düsseldorf airports on Thursday. Cologne Airport said in a statement it had to cancel 64 out of 190 flight movements, affecting 7,000 passengers. The strike started at midnight for 24 hours. Düsseldorf canceled 205 from 530 scheduled flights. The strike was planned from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. local time. Separately, Lufthansa pilot union Vereinigung Cockpit said it is planning more strikes in ...

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