German airline Lufthansa has cancelled a number of its Budapest flights scheduled for Tuesday because of a strike by security staff at German airports, according to a report by state news agency MTI.
Data from Liszt Ferenc International operator Budapest Airportʼs flight information system shows Lufthansa has cancelled all five of its flights to Frankfurt, as well as the 1335 flight to Munich and the 7783 flight to Hamburg operated by its low-fare carrier Eurowings.
According to Bloomberg.com, Lufthansa is cancelling at least 414 flights because of a strike by security staff at eight airports in Germany. The strike affects Lufthansaʼs hubs in Frankfurt and Munich as well. The cancelled flights include 386 flights within the continent and 28 intercontinental ones.