Lufthansa: VC withdraws strike call

Airbus A350 at Munich Airport (Photo: Lufthansa / Alex Tino Friedel ATF Pictures).
Airbus A350 at Munich Airport (Photo: Lufthansa / Alex Tino Friedel ATF Pictures).

Lufthansa: VC withdraws strike call

Airbus A350 at Munich Airport (Photo: Lufthansa / Alex Tino Friedel ATF Pictures).
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The Lufthansa pilots' strike announced for Wednesday and Thursday has been called off. The "last-minute negotiations" are said to have led to a breakthrough. Both sides are still silent about the result. It can be assumed that details are still being negotiated.

The Cockpit Association sent a signal to the employers at an early stage and withdrew the call for strikes for Lufthansa and Lufthansa Cargo. In the passenger business, work should have been stopped for two days starting tomorrow and at Lufthansa Cargo even for three days.

In the course of the strike call, the VC serious allegations and claimed, among other things, that no improved offer had been received. The crane countered with a sniff that they were upset that a strike had been called before a round of negotiations. Ultimately, it seems that the “Last-Minute Negotiations“ To have approximated that the VC withdrew the call for a strike.

Further details on a possible compromise are to be communicated in the next few hours or days. "We are pleased that a result could be achieved at the negotiating table and that further disadvantages for customers, employees and the company can be avoided as a result," says Marcel Gröls, Chairman of Collective Bargaining Policy, "Today important first steps towards sustainable cooperation were taken"

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