The impact on air traffic of a possible strike by the Finnish Aviation Union
The Finnish Aviation Union has issued a strike warning concerning work related to the air traffic services of RTG Ground Handling Oy. If implemented, the strike would begin on Wednesday, 6 October.
If the strike is implemented, Finavia will aim to take care of all airport services as usual, but a possible strike may cause some delays in traffic.
Finavia requests passengers to contact their airline if they have any questions related to their trip.
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