Ryanair cancels some Budapest flights due to strike
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has canceled three Budapest flights this Friday because of a strike by pilots. The airline has canceled its morning flights to Berlin and Nuremberg, as well as its evening flight to Brussels South Charleroi Airport.
The strike will be staged by pilots from Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and Ireland, according to the flight information system of Budapest Airport, operator of the Hungarian capitalʼs Ferenc Liszt International Airport.
Kenny Jacobs, Ryanairʼs chief marketing officer, was cited by Hungarian news wire MTI as saying on Wednesday that the airline has so far canceled more than 400 of its 2,400 flights scheduled for Friday.
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