Lufthansa 747-400. By Rob Finlayson   Lufthansa (LH) said Friday it would stop outsourcing flight attendant jobs at its Berlin hub and offer permanent jobs to the cabin crews it uses as it was forced to cancel about 1,000 flights when its flight attendants staged a third day of strikes. Speaking in Frankfurt, LH chairman and CEO Christoph Franz said, “Without preconditions and for a foreseeable time frame Lufthansa is going to resign from deploying external cabin ...

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