Lufthansa passengers to suffer another strike

Cabin crew to strike Thursday, Friday and next Monday
Flight attendants will strike again this week as a battle over wages and pensions continues. Their union accuses the airline’s management of failure to “react appropriately” to employees’ concerns.
The announcement comes just a few days after the longest strike in Lufthansa’s history, by the same cabin-crew union UFO. Its chief, Nicoley Baublies, said members would strike on Thursday, Friday and on November 30 if its demands were not met.
“We hope that this will finally bring serious movement in this labour dispute and that we will not be forced to strike in December as well,” he said.
DW, AFP, dpa


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