Vueling cabin crew strikes again: How long will cancellations last?
After a summer that saw strikes at some of the major airlines that provide flights in our country, autumn and winter will not be without cancellations, complaints and delays. Vueling’s announcement of a new round of strikes that will start next December coincides with the Ryanair strikes that will start on October 28 and will continue until next January. What flights will be affected? For those who have a trip or are planning to travel this way in the coming months, it is advised to avoid scheduled times in layovers. This does not mean that it will not be possible to fly, because in any case there will be a minimum number of services (not yet established), although the percentage of the crew that will keep them is not yet known. Confirmed days to strike by Vueling include Fridays, Sundays, Mondays and holidays from the first day of November until January 31, 2023. More information News Renfe does not trust additional public sector salary increase to avoid strikes News No 48-hour truce in emergency strike outside The hospital in Madrid seven hours after negotiating adding Vueling to the equation, limiting airlift capacity for some of the most important Christmas dates.