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Lufthansa cancels flights as a result of cabin crew strike

Author: Adria Airways

German airline Lufthansa has announced that as a result of a strike by cabin crew, it will be cancelling the majority of its flights within Germany and Europe today (9 November 2015), as well as long-haul flights from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Munich.
Lutfhansa requests passengers to check the status of their flight on the airline's website http://www.lufthansa.com/de/en/Travel-information.

Only Lufthansa German Airlines flights will be cancelled. The strike does not affect flights by subsidiaries Lufthansa CityLine, Germanwings, Eurowings, Air Dolomiti, Austrian Airlines, SWISS and Brussels Airlines. Flights by these carriers will operate as scheduled. 

 

Adria Airways will operate its own flights in accordance with the published timetable. All passengers who are continuing their journey on one of the cancelled Lufthansa connecting flights are requested to contact the Adria Airways ticket desk at Ljubljana Airport, where they will receive all necessary information regarding their journey to their final destination.

 

Information for passengers is available on this number: +386 4 259 45 82

 

Adria Airways will endeavour to route passengers via other airports. We request all passengers to ensure that they arrive at their departure airport in good time to check in for their flight.

 

Adria Airways will do everything in its power to get passengers to their destination. A strike by cabin crew is considered an extraordinary circumstance over which the carrier has no control. Passengers are not therefore entitled to compensation for delays and cancellations.

 

Adria Airways thanks all its passengers for their understanding.

More information:

E: pr@adria.si,

T: +386 4 259 4506