LISBON (Reuters) – Sixteen flights to and from Lisbon airport have been canceled this weekend as a result of a three-day strike by airport workers, with more cancellations and delays likely before the action ends on Sunday evening.
A spokesman for the National Union for Civil Aviation Workers (SINTAC), who called the strike, told local news agency Lusa that 90% of workers had taken part in the action in Lisbon on Sunday, the busiest day for the airport.
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EasyJet and Brussels Airlines flights from Paris, Belgium, London, Bristol, and Manchester were canceled on Saturday and Sunday. Neither company immediately responded to a Reuters request for comment.
A Lisbon airport spokesman declined to confirm how many flights had been canceled, but said numbers would be given at...
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