Lufthansa was forced to cancel 25 long-haul flights from Frankfurt on Tuesday as the pilot strike continues for the fifth time over transition payments for early retirees. Tuesday’s strike lasted about 15 hours. The carrier said it plans to operate 32 long-haul flights with voluntary crews. Lufthansa canceled a total of 50 flights Tuesday, as well as flights in advance of the strike Monday, affecting 20,000 passengers. Lufthansa’s secondary hub at Munich was not ...

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