Lufthansa Group CEO Carsten Spohr told ATW that 30 days of strikes over the past 24 months have cost the carrier €500 million ($543 million). Speaking at the Star Alliance executive board meeting in Chicago, Spohr said, “You have to be a very good airline to compensate for that. Of course, 30 days of strikes is not the service we promised to our customers, but still they trust us. Thirty days of strikes cannot ruin 60 years of trust,” Spohr said, adding its passenger ...

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