Lufthansa’s Yekaterinburg-Frankfurt flight still questioned

26 February 2010 (14:38)

The situation around Lufthansa’s Yekaterinburg-Frankfurt flight that was to have been operated on February 25, 2010 still remains unclear.

The airline’s pilots went on strike and so two flights from Yekaterinburg to Frankfurt scheduled for February 23 and 25, 2010 had to be canceled.

The spokesperson for Koltsovo Airport of Yekaterinburg informed UralBusinessConsulting that the airport did not know whether the flight scheduled for February 25, 2010 would actually be operated, whereas the German carrier announced the strike would be postponed by two weeks.

‘We are not the ones to make the decision, the information regarding the flights is provided by the airline, and airlines sometimes cancel their flights five minutes before the take-off,’ says the airport’s press officer Olga Ladeishchikova.

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