Lufthansa declined to comment on a report in the Financial Times that the Vereinigung Cockpit pilot union cancelled the collective bargaining agreement reached with the airline last December, the first step toward a possible strike. An airline spokesperson told this website that "Lufthansa didn't bring this agenda to the public," adding that "there are always talks with the unions." According to the Times report, the pilots claim LH has violated their scope clause requiring that mainline ...

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