Lufthansa pilots vote in favor of industrial action, paving the way for a strike
02 August 2022 | 8:04 am
The vote by Germany's pilot union Vereinigung Cockpit comes days after the carrier's ground staff went on strike, prompting over 1,000 flights to be canceled.
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