Yesterday’s Spanish strike, a protest against the government measures, caused travel disruptions in some UK airports. Some of the passengers travelling to Spain had to change their plans as they saw the cancelation of their flights, although airlines like Ryanair said there would be no extra charge for rebooking (or they will give the money back). BA rearranged flights so as to enable most of their clients to reach their destination.
Within Spain other forms of transport have been disrupted by the strike. Picketers tried to stop buses in some cities and closed roads in others. Other than that, the strike did not have major effects in transport and today airports and train stations are back to normal.
Thursday 30 September 2010 18:05 | Published by Blogtelopia-krds2 | Category: Hotelopia News,Travel News,events