Flights in Germany face further disruption this week because of planned strike action by security staff at three of the country’s airports. Security employees at Cologne-Bonn, Dusseldorf and Stuttgart airports will strike for a full day on Jan. 10, the Verdi union said. This follows a 4-hour strike by security personnel on Jan. 7 at Berlin’s Tegel and Schoenfeld airports, which resulted in delayed flights and cancellations. The union is demanding an hourly wage of €20 ...

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