Passengers queue on the counter of Groundforce, a floor dealing with firm at Lisbon airport, beneath a display screen displaying departing flights, Portugal, on July 17, 2021. (Armando Franca/AP Picture)
The 48-hour walkout compelled the cancellation of round 300 flights on Saturday, largely in Lisbon. Lengthy strains shaped as stranded passengers sought to rearrange their journey plans.
The same variety of flights may very well be affected Sunday.
The strike is a part of an ongoing monetary dispute between Portuguese dealing with firm Groundforce and nationwide flag service TAP Air Portugal, which is bearing the brunt of the cancellations.
Groundforce claims TAP owes it 12 million euros ($14 million) for companies rendered and blames the debt for unpaid wages amongst its employees.
TAP denies it owes Groundforce any cash.