PHOTO CREDIT: Werner Kruger, Lufthansa Lufthansa Cargo AG launched an "information offensive" to retain nighttime cargo flights at Frankfurt Airport after local officials said they were considering a ban against them. "A ban on night flights would cut the export nation Germany off from the international flow of goods and lead to a relocation of production and logistics companies," said Willi Roerig, chairman of the Central Workers' Council of Lufthansa Cargo. "As a result, the role of ...

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