A 4.4 percent increase in remuneration for Lufthansa pilots is the latest attempt by the German carrier to end a pilot strike that is costing the company an estimated €15 million per day. The Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) union representing the pilots said it is considering the deal, but its spokesman Ingolf Schumacher demanded to know "why has it taken six days of strikes for them to make an offer, without conditions, as we had asked,” according to Deutsche Welle (DW).
The VC union has called on ...
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