Lufthansa and the Independent Flight Attendants’ Organization (UFO) negotiated a long-term, no-strike agreement July 5, concluding nearly six months of arbitration. “Reaching a comprehensive agreement and ensuring that there is no need for cabin strikes in the years ahead was tremendously important for Lufthansa and all our colleagues in the cabin alike,” Lufthansa chief human resources and legal officer Bettina Volkens said. The parties have agreed to a ...

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