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22
Sep

Italy: strike update: Oct 2, Nov 17

Monday, October 2, 2017 Some airport personnel will be on strike for 24 hours, from 00:01 to 23:59. Please check with your ticket office whether this will affect your flight. Friday, November 17, 2017 Some transportation personnel might be on strike for the whole day (not all workers will go on strike, might not impact […]

18
Sep

Spain: rail strike on Sept 29

SPAIN’S largest trade union has called a national strike across the country’s rail network on 29 September – and it could coincide with strike action that is due to hit all Spanish airports on the same day. The CC.OO. union that represents workers at the train operator Renfe and infrastructure company Adif is calling for […]

18
Sep

France: strikes: Sept 25: trucker strike

French unions and left-wing plan 10 days of action to rattle Macron. Trucker strike for Sept 25. PARIS (Reuters) – President Emmanuel Macron may have won the first round of his battle to overhaul France’s economy, but the coming 10 days promise to bring far more protests and unrest to the streets as labor unions […]

15
Sep

London: Explosion on train

An “improvised explosive device” was detonated on a Tube train in south-west London during Friday’s rush hour, Scotland Yard has confirmed. The blast, at Parsons Green station on an eastbound District Line train from Wimbledon, is being treated as terrorism, police said. Twenty-two people are being treated in hospital, mostly for burn injuries. Assistant Commissioner […]

13
Sep

Russia: US GOVT: Travel advisory – 2 days of bomb threat

Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Moscow (Russia), Bomb Threats Reported Nationwide Over the last two days bomb threats have been reported throughout Russia. Local authorities have responded by ordering evacuations of threatened sites. Schools, cinemas, shopping centers, government buildings, and transportation hubs have been threatened. The U.S. Embassy and Consulates General remind U.S. citizens to […]

13
Sep

Germany: Air Berlin crew strike

FRANKFURT — Air Berlin was forced to cancel flights for a second day on Wednesday after pilots again called in sick in unusually high numbers, potentially complicating efforts to rescue the insolvent carrier. Air Berlin, Germany’s second-biggest airline, is set to be carved up, most likely among several buyers, with binding offers due this Friday. […]

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