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Lufthansa Drops 559 Flights as Regional Pilots Strike

Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Europe’s second-biggest airline, canceled almost one-third of its daily flights in the biggest fallout from a labor dispute in seven years as pilots at two regional units staged a pay strike. “All German stations, particularly Frankfurt and Munich, are affected” by striking pilots at Lufthansa’s Cityline and Eurowings carriers, the company said today on its Web site. The airline canceled 559 flights from an average 1,800 daily departures, said Amelie Lorenz, a spokeswoman in Frankfurt. Munich was hardest hit with 98 cancellations, she said. Full Story

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