Greeks in the capital and elsewhere will face more transport disruption next week as labor unions called further industrial action for Monday.
Timed to coincide with a parliamentary vote on a range of reforms required for Greece’s bailout review, this time Athens transport unions will be joined by Greek air-traffic controllers.
Flights will be cancelled between noon and 3 p.m. local time as air-traffic control undertakes a three-hour stoppage.
Forty-eight flights across Aegean Air and Olympic Air domestic and international routes will be affected.
The bill pending approval in parliament on Monday will reduce family benefits, introduce a new process for foreclosures on overdue loans, and make it harder to call industrial action.
It has prompted angry protests this week, with a large march which ended in scuffles with riot police in the Greek capital on Friday.
Friday’s scenes followed a week of incidents which saw demonstrators barge their way into ministry buildings, confront Greece’s employment minister Efi Achtsioglou and assemble outside the heavily guarded residence of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.