A strike by railway workers in Hungary on Tuesday caused more than one-third of trains to be cancelled and resulted in many delays by early afternoon, state-owned railway company MÁV's communications directorate told MTI.
There continues to be uncertainty surrounding the timetable and passengers should expect significant delays, MÁV said.
At Budapest's Ferihegy Airport staff said they were close to an agreement with the management. Tuesday's traffic was close to normal as fewer security staff carried on striking and security experts hired on a temporary basis from Greece also helped out, against complaints by the European Association of Trade Unions. (MTI – Econews)