The ground staff of airline KLM will go on strike again on Wednesday, the FNV trade union announces on Monday. The employees then resume work from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
On Monday, around five hundred KLM employees were on strike. As a result, the airline canceled a total of 67 flights, eleven of which had already been announced in advance.
"After the first work break on Monday morning, no response has yet been received from KLM. That is why we will continue with the next action on Wednesday," says FNV director Jan van den Brink.