Berlin’s public transport system will come to a halt on Monday, 01 April as employees plan to strike for the whole day. Passengers who use buses, underground trains (U-Bahn) and trams will be affected while S-Bahn lines are not directly affected because these trains belong to the operator Deutsche Bahn. Regional trains will also not be affected. S-Bahn services and regional trains however are expected to be over-crowded as people flock to them during the strike.
Some airport personnel in Milan Airports will embark on a 24-hour strike on 13 April from 00:00 to 23:59. Affected airports are Milan-Malpensa, Milan-Linate, Pisa and Florence. Travellers commuting through these airports are advised to check on flight schedules closer to day.
Flights at seven Scottish airports including Inverness and Dundee will be grounded on 26 April in a 24-hour air traffic controllers’ strike. The shutdown will also affect Benbecula, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Sumburgh and Wick.
Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (Hial) has warned passengers of potential disruption from Monday, 01 April when a work-to-rule by air traffic control officers is due to start.