Lufthansa is expecting its flights to be “virtually back to normal” from Sept. 10 after its pilots’ strike was declared unlawful by a local labor court. In its ruling, Frankfurt’s Hessen Labor Court said the two-day strike on Sept. 8-9 was a protest against Lufthansa’s “Wings” long-haul low-cost plan, as well as a failure to agree on a new collective labor agreement (CLA). According to the court, the inclusion of Wings went beyond the union’s ...

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