Lufthansa strikes are off, at least for now

There will not be any strikes at Lufthansa – for a week at least
There will now not be any strikes at Lufthansa – at least until December 2, when an employment summit will take place. Cabin crew called off the strikes planned for tomorrow, Friday and next Monday after their union UFO held talks with management. The German airline said progress had been made during the discussions.
TTG Nordic


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