Lufthansa was forced to cancel 1,300 flights on Nov. 7 and 8 as a strike by cabin crew union UFO neared. The airline said it would operate 2,300 of 3,000 planned departures on Nov. 7 and 2,400 a day later. So far Lufthansa flights are only affected. Other group carriers—such as Swiss International Air Lines, Austrian Airlines, Eurowings and Lufthansa CityLine—are not affected for now. Lufthansa tried to stop the strike through a court ruling but lost the case in first instance ...

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