Greek strike not expected to have serious impact on Budapest flights

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A strike planned by Greek public transport workers on Thursday is not expected to seriously affect flights between Greece and the Hungarian capital, Ferenc Liszt International Airport operator Budapest Airport said.

The strike, which air traffic controllers are joining for three hours, is expected to have a more serious effect on domestic flights in Greece.

Malév flight 906 to Crete is expected to take off an hour late from Budapest, at 12:20 in the afternoon, but there is no information on whether the flight is being delayed by the strike.

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