Lufthansa is considering cutting one flight attendant from each long-haul flight, according to an internal document cited by Neue Rhein Zeitung. The move, if enacted, would save the airline approximately €42 million ($59.6 million) and affect 750 fulltime jobs. It also is looking at ways to increase its ability to reduce its cabin staff on flights with lower load factors. A spokesperson would not confirm or deny the report but told ATWOnline that LH is "calculating everything" in terms ...

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