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Tourists who choose to travel to holiday destinations by plane this summer may have some unpleasant surprises. Several flight crew strike periods are announced.

Brussels Airlines pilots’ unions filed an indefinite strike notice on Friday, and cabin crews could do the same soon, according to vrt.be. The employees of the main flight operator at the Belgian airport complain about the very difficult working conditions and the overloaded schedule. So far, 148 flights have been canceled, in the hope that they will calm down.

“1,000 people resigned, and those who remained were forced to work harder than before, especially during the flight schedule. As a result, the rest time between two flights was much reduced “, the union representatives transmitted.

Ryanair pilots are also threatening to protest, and those handling baggage at Aviapartner went on a spontaneous strike last week. Things aren’t even better at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.

Ground staff will go on strike again on July 1 to demand higher wages and better working conditions.

Security guards at Brussels Airport announces to call strike from June 20 #Brussels #Belgium #BreakingNewshttps: //t.co/Y8hCMPEqYo via @ Publicist24

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Traffic controllers went on strike in Italy on June 9. So there are turbulent times for those who choose to fly their holiday in Europe this summer.

Travelers across Italy facing trouble as air traffic controller went on strike #Italy #BreakingNews #ATChttps: //t.co/U7aVflxBDd via @ Publicist24

– Publicist 24 (@ Publicist24) June 9, 2022