Service workers on strike Wednesday at DIA

Service workers on strike Wednesday at DIA

Service workers on strike Wednesday at DIA

A planned strike by baggage handlers and service workers workers could impact travelers at Denver International Airport on Wednesday.

The strikes, which will hit United Airlines, American Airlines and JetBlue customers, will continue through Wednesday and Thursday, the organizers said.

Hundreds of workers at all three major NY area airports are headed to work Wednesday after a planned strike was delayed, but the threat still looms as talks continue.

PrimeFlight employees had created a package of demands covering wages and working conditions to bring to the negotiating table, but the company refused to meet with them, it is reported.

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Some of the company's workers at Philadelphia and Denver are also expected to walk out.

The labor dispute is between the workers and a private company, PrimeFlight Aviation Services. Clint Smith, eastern vice president for Prospect Airport Services, which employs about 400 workers, had no comment, nor did Bill Stejskal, PrimeFlight's senior vice president for human resources.

The job actions will continue over the next three days.

Travel was also affected at John F. Kennedy International Airport in NY, as well as airports in Philadelphia and Washington because of walkouts.

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