Hundreds of thousands of travelers face chaos as more than 1,300 flights are canceled across Europe because of a strike at Lufthansa

FILE PHOTO: Airplanes of German air carrier Lufthansa are pictured at the airport  in Frankfurt, Germany, September 24, 2019.  REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

  • Lufthansa is canceling 1,300 flights between Thursday and Friday due to a strike by its flight attendants.
  • The airline said 180,000 passengers would be affected.
  • The airline said that passengers could rebook on other flights on on trains, in the case of domestic flights. However, passengers reported problems accessing their flight details online or reaching customer service agents.
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Hundreds of thousands of passengers scheduled to fly across Europe on Thursday and Friday are being forced to find new flights after German airline Lufthansa announced 1,300 cancellations because of a cabin crew strike.

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