Berlin’s Tegel airport tells passengers to walk amid strike

With public transport workers on strike in Berlin, the city’s Tegel airport was forced to rent buses to ferry passengers to the train station. The option, officials recommended, was to walk more than 3 kilometers.

On Twitter, airport authorities said they had set up an “emergency shuttle transport” with four rented buses.

“Alternatively, please use the footpath,” officials said, referring to the 3.1 kilometers (1.9 miles) long walkway which they estimate would take 38 minutes to traverse.

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