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Luftansa Strike

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I am about to book flights for a trip to Europe in the second half of October. We had planned to fly into Prague on Luftansa (via Frankfurt). Almost all flights I could find to Prague seem to be on Luftansa. I was reading that the rolling strikes by Luftansa staff could go on for a very long time.

Would you go ahead and book your flights on Luftansa or look for another airline? I would hope that the strike will be over by the time we leave but, at the same time part of me wonders if we should just plan a different itinerary or choose another way of getting to Prague.

We are planning on going to Austria and Italy on this trip as well (flying out of Rome). I don't think the flight out of Rome would be a problem since we can likely do that on a different airline.

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