Thomson ReutersFebruary 14, 2013 09:30
DUESSELDORF, Feb 14 (Reuters) - A strike by security guards over pay has disrupted travel for thousands of passengers passing through two of Germany's busiest aiports, the airports and service workers trade union Verdi said on Thursday.
Around 400 workers walked out of Duesseldorf airport in western Germany, according to Verdi. That resulted in 183 flights being postponed until Friday, the airport said.
At the northern airport of Hamburg 103 flights were cancelled, affecting more than 17,000 passengers.