Dutch airline KLM canceled 47 flights scheduled for this weekend to and from Amsterdam to enhance working circumstances for its workers, the airline mentioned in a press release, having beforehand scrapped dozens of flights scheduled for Friday.
KLM floor workers at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport final Saturday went on an unannounced strike demanding increased pay and higher working circumstances, inflicting delays, cancellations and general chaos at Europe’s third busiest airport.
“The flight schedule will be optimized on a day to day basis this weekend. More cancellations are not foreseen for now, but might still follow,” KLM’s assertion learn. On Thursday, Schiphol had requested airways to think about scrapping flights, because it feared its terminals would overcrowd once more throughout the weekend.