Lufthansa (LH) and its cabin crew, represented by the UFO union, have reached an agreement to resolve a pay dispute that has been ongoing since April (ATW Daily News, Sept. 7). The new pay agreement, negotiated under arbitration, will raise the cabin crew’s pay 3.95%. In addition to the pay increase, all cabin staff will receive a one-off payment of €320 ($406.95). UFO also agreed to other concessions, including allowing LH to offer new employees lower-cost contracts. In ...

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