Striking ground personnel stand next to the main arrivals and departures board at Tegel Airport on March 2, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Over a hundred baggage handlers and ticketing agents employed by Globe Ground launched a three-and-a-half hour warning strike as part of a dispute over wages that delayed flights at Tegel. Labour union representatives warned of similar disruptions to come at Berlin's Schoenefeld Airport. (Getty Images)
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