Lufthansa has canceled 933 out of 3,000 flights on Thursday, Nov. 12, due to a week-long cabin crew strike, after two labor courts denied a request to end the action. According to Lufthansa, 107,000 passengers have been affected. On Tuesday, Nov. 10, Lufthansa filed injunctions with Düsseldorf and Darmstadt labor courts to stop the unprecedented strike—which began Friday, Nov. 6, over pay, retirement benefits and working conditions. Lufthansa won a temporary injunction in ...

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