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Lufthansa pilots on Sunday were gearing up for a four-day strike over pay and job security that could ground two thirds of the German flag carrier's flights this week.
German flag carrier Lufthansa announced Wednesday a takeover of loss-making rival Austrian Airlines (AUA), saying it would pay up to 377 million euros (475 million dollars) to take full control.
Lufthansa signalled its intention to take on British Airways at Heathrow yesterday after the German flag carrier said it would acquire bmi, the airport's second largest airline.
NEW LUFTHANSA CARGO CENTER OPENS AT O'HARE AIRPORT /ADVANCE/ CHICAGO, Sept.
Association President Mikhail Kuzmin stated that the protestors were insisting on the investigation in order to shed light on the actions by Lufthansa and the German aviation authority against Ukraine's commercial air transport providers, to restart negotiations, and to renew flights to Germany by Ukraine's air carriers.
Lufthansa pilots began a four-day strike on Monday in a bitter dispute over job guarantees, grounding a predicted two-thirds of its 800 daily flights and causing chaos at German airports.
The deal makes Lufthansa the second biggest carrier at Heathrow, the busiest European hub, after British Airways.
Dec 11, 2006 Lufthansa inaugurated its thrice-weekly Frankfurt-Kolkata service Friday, making the West Bengal capital its sixth destination in India.