Lufthansa 747-8I. Courtesy, Boeing Lufthansa (LH) and the UFO union—which represents 18,000 LH flight attendants—have agreed to mediation to settle their dispute after three days of strikes forced the cancellation of more than 1,000 flights, Reuters reported Friday. The move came Friday after LH said it would stop outsourcing flight attendant jobs at its Berlin hub and offer permanent jobs to the cabin crews it uses (ATW Daily News, Sept. 7). According to a Reuters ...

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