Lufthansa has taken a €70 million ($97 million) hit from several strikes in Germany this year, outgoing Lufthansa chairman and CEO Christoph Franz said at his last AGM on Tuesday. He said the three-day pilot strike in early April cost the company €45 million. In addition, Lufthansa was affected by strikes by airport security staff and public service employees. Negotiations between Lufthansa management and pilot union Vereinigung Cockpit—for better pay and working positions ...

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