Mexico City airport transition starts slowly, TIACA says carriers need help
The migration of freighter operations from Benito Juarez International, the main airport serving Mexico City, ...
German flagcarrier Lufthansa is having a rather rum old time of it lately. Yesterday it was named as a lead defendant in a case brought by one of its largest air freight customers, DB Schenker, which is suing for millions in damages over an air freight cartel last decade; while today brought the beginning of a two-day pilot strike, that has now spread to long-haul and freighter flights, in protest against changes to their pension plans, as well as an associated worry over the difference between pilot contracts at Lufthansa and its low-cost subsidiary germanwings.
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