Lufthansa said Monday it will create 4,000 jobs for its Germany-based locations in 2011. LH is looking to hire 2,200 flight attendants in Frankfurt and Munich, as well as 900 ground personnel, 270 student pilots, 300 apprentices and other technical staff. LH CEO Christoph Franz said the carrier is expanding because of increased passenger capacity owing to more regional routes and the use of the Airbus A380 on long-haul flights. LH said it received about 115,000 applications last year ...

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