More than 200 flights have been canceled in Italy because of a warning strike. In particular, connections within Italy were affected, but flights to Frankfurt and Berlin were canceled.

In Italy, numerous flights were canceled due to a warning strike. A little over 200 flights were canceled at airports across the country. Domestic Italian connections were particularly affected, as can be read on the websites of the major airports. But passengers who wanted to travel from Milan to Frankfurt or Berlin, for example, could not take their flight either. Connections outside Italy to Paris, Amsterdam, London or Zurich, among others, were canceled at the airports in Rome.