Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr confirmed May 7 that his company has placed a non-binding offer for leisure carrier Condor. “We decided at our board meeting yesterday that we would bid for Condor as a whole, with the option of extending the bid to include all of the Thomas Cook airlines,” Spohr said on the sidelines of Lufthansa’s annual general assembly. Thomas Cook’s airline division includes carriers in Germany, the UK and Scandinavia. The group also owns Thomas Cook ...

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