Germany - Lufthansa and cabin crew union come to a deal - June 30, 2016

Lufthansa and the cabin crew union UFO have reached a deal in a long-running dispute over pay, conditions and pensions, in a boost for the carrier which is also negotiating with pilots. The deal was achieved thanks to a mediator, who will formally announce the terms in July once a few final details have been agreed, the two sides said. Until then, both sides said they had agreed to keep the terms confidential.


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