Pilots reject Lufthansa pay offer

Vereinigung Cockpit says talks are over
The union representing Lufthansa’s German pilots has rejected the airline’s most recent proposal in a long-running disagreement over pay and working conditions.
Lufthansa tried to restart talks last week after Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) declared talks were over. It presented a new offer including a pay rise, a revised early retirement scheme and job guarantees for pilots on collective labour agreements.
But a single agreement on a wide range of issues no longer makes sense, a VC spokesman said.


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