Lufthansa Offers Flight Attendants Bonus Payment to Stop Strike

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  • Airline offered higher bonus, better early retirement terms
  • Cabin crews target German long-haul services on Tuesday

Lufthansa flight crew members walk with candles and banners to the 'Lufthansa Aviation Center' at Frankfurt Airport during an initial strike over salaries.

Photographer: Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images

Deutsche Lufthansa AG’s cabin crew union rejected an offer for a higher one-time payment of 3,000 euros ($3,228) for flight attendants in exchange for an immediate halt to their walkout, making it the longest in the carrier’s history.

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