Lufthansa A320-200. Courtesy, LH Lufthansa (LH) will hire 200 flight attendants as temporary workers and has told passengers to brace for higher ticket prices as it searches for ways to cut costs and stem the effects of the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS), which took effect Jan. 1 (ATW Daily News, Dec. 22, 2011). The use of temporary workers—which come from the Hamburg-based agency, AviationPower—is a first for LH. They will be based at ...

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