VIENNA—Flights in Germany faced further disruptions Jan. 15 because of a planned strike action by security staff at eight of the country’s airports. It was the third strike by Germany’s security personnel in 10 days. Security employees at Bremen, Dresden, Erfurt, Frankfurt, Hanover, Hamburg, Leipzig-Halle and Munich were on strike for most of the day Jan. 15, affecting more than 200,000 passengers. “Lufthansa canceled around 500 flights today,” a spokesperson ...

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