Lufthansa 747-400. By Rob Finlayson Lufthansa (LH) and airport operator Fraport are suing Germany’s trade union GdF over a series of strikes in February by 200 apron workers, which cost tens of millions of euros in lost revenue and the cancellation of around 1,800 flights (ATW Daily News, Feb. 28). A LH spokesperson told ATW in Frankfurt: “We can confirm that we had filed a complaint with a court. LH [had] already announced in February after the strikes that we would be ...

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