Portuguese airport employees threaten this not go to work for a month due to disagreements over pay and working conditions.
The Civil Aviation Workers Union of Portugal (SINTAC) and the Commercial Aviation Personnel Union (SQAC) will go on strike from 19 to 21 August during one of the busiest weekends of the summer.
Flight attendants, ground handlers and others will take part in the strike airport workers.
If nothing changes in the next two weeks, 10 airports will be affected, including the largest Lisbon, Faro and Porto. This will certainly disrupt the vacation plans of thousands of passengers.
The unions said in a statement: “Only through this strike will we be able to achieve what we have been missing for a long time: social stability and respect for the rights of workers.”
However, the Portuguese strikes — these are just some of the protests threatening summer holidays this year.
Ryanair flight attendants in Spain have threatened to miss work four days a week for the next five months, until January .
EasyJet pilots have also warned of a nine-day strike this summer.
British Airways flight personnel are also threatening to resign this summer. month, which could lead to the cancellation of all flights, as was the case during the last pilots' strike in 2019.
Railroad workers also do not want to stay away from the protests. The National Union of Railway and Maritime Transport Workers RMT has confirmed three dates for August. The events are scheduled for 13, 18 and 20 August, which will lead to chaos throughout the UK.