The ground staff’s walkouts over the past weeks had caused sizable disruption and caused hundreds of flight cancellations.
“For our passengers and our employees, we welcome that a definitive agreement has been reached,” Fraport’s head of labor relations, Herbert Mai, said in a statement.
Fraport accepted the union’s demand to have a separate collective bargaining agreement for the 200 ground workers, both sides said.
Neither the union nor Fraport provided further details of the agreement.
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