The FNV trade union scraps a new strike by KLM ground staff. The union is once again joining the negotiations with the airline, FNV writes on Saturday. The ground staff would lay down work for four hours on Sunday afternoon.

"Immediate reason are signs that we have received that KLM wants to take steps on important points for us," writes FNV director Jan van den Brink. The FNV will join Monday with the consultations with the other unions, which means that all unions are again in talks with KLM.

Due to the disagreement between the two parties, KLM's ground staff also stopped on Monday and Wednesday. As a result, 56 KLM flights had to be canceled on Monday and twelve more on Wednesday. Checked baggage was then also not allowed.