Lufthansa was forced to cancel approximately 4,700 flights due to this week’s cabin crew strike, after two German labor courts denied a request to end the action. Lufthansa said 550,000 passengers were affected during the week-long strike, the longest strike in the carrier’s history. On Friday, Nov. 13, the last day of the strike, Lufthansa canceled 941 out of 3,000 flights. According to Lufthansa, 111,000 passengers were affected on Friday. UFO union head Nicoley Baublies said ...

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