The translation might leave something to be desired, but the message is clear enough .....
For thousands of passengers at three of Germany's main airports.
Left stranded - as security staff strike to press their demands.
More money is top of the list ....
"The people working here at the airport work seven days a week around the clock in different shifts. Their job is to protect passengers from terrorist threats. This means their job carries a lot of responsibility and it's very stressful."
Public sector union Verdi wants a pay increase to take wages up to 20 euros an hour.
640 flights were cancelled on Thursday - out of just over a thousand scheduled - at Duesseldorf, Cologne and Stuttgart airports.
But some passengers thought it not an unreasonable demand.
"People never have sympathy when they're personally affected. But you have to see the bigger picture."
"These people too are entitled to their money. It's too bad we've been hit but once we reach our destination things will be okay."
On Monday, similar strikes at Berlin's Schoenenfeld and Tegel airports caused severe delays and cancellations.
Verdi is negotiating on behalf of 23,000 security workers in Germany.
Around 1,000 took part in Thursday's action.
Verdi says five days of negotiations have come to a standstill.
That's why, it says, this action was necessary.