Europe’s Largest Legacy Carriers Seek Ways To Compensate For Strike Fallout

The conflicts with their pilots have cost Air France-KLM and Lufthansa well in excess of €500 million ($635 million). Now Europe’s two biggest legacy airlines are focusing on how to make up for the loss. “There will be no growth in our hub operations until we get to a competitive cost structure,”...

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