Frankfurt Airport Cuts Flights Amid Strike

Frankfurt Airport Cuts Flights Amid Strike Play

Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Fraport AG said it expects as much as 70 percent of flights to operate at Europe's third-busiest airport today, as 200 ground staff resume a strike over wages and plans to outsource the ground-control function. Caroline Hyde reports on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" with Owen Thomas and Linzie Janis. (Source: Bloomberg)

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