Lufthansa’s Independent Flight Attendant’s Organization (UFO) has lifted the immediate threat of yet another bout of industrial action. It has agreed with management at the German flag carrier to call off strikes due to take place Nov. 26-27 and Nov. 30 after progress was made in talks with the company. Cabin crew have only just ended a week-long strike that brought considerable disruption to Lufthansa’s schedules. UFO has agreed to forgo strikes until at least the Dec. ...

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