Lufthansa 747-8I. Courtesy, LH Lufthansa (LH) on Tuesday canceled more than 350 out of 1,800 flights at Berlin Tegel (TXL), Frankfurt (FRA) and Munich (MUC) airports as its flight attendants—represented by the UFO union—launched a second day of strikes in an ongoing dispute over pay and conditions (ATW Daily News, Sept. 3). It estimates about a minimum of 43,000 passengers were affected by the flight disruptions. The UFO union also announced it would carry out a ...

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