Lufthansa has published a special timetable to take into account the strike that will impact operations tomorrow, November 24, 2016.

Based on the latest news, LH has once again been forced to cancel several hundred flights.   Use the following link to see if your flights are impacted:

 Lufthansa has published a special web-page that allows you to check on the status of your flights.

If you need to change your flight, you have a few options:  Check your reservation on to see if you were already taken care of by Lufthansa, call your local LH reservation office (but expect a long hold time), or contact your travel agent if you used one to book your ticket.

Also, you can keep tabs on the latest developments via Lufthansa’s dedicated Twitter account for LH news:  @LufthansaNews.    They do an excellent job with providing the most up to date info as it becomes available.

Though the number seems high, LH has always done a good job with re-accommodating passengers to other flight with other carriers, even non-Lufthansa Group airlines.    So even with nearly 1,000 flights canceled for tomorrow there is a good chance that the majority of impacted passengers will still be able to reach their destination.