German leisure airline Condor is looking at selling part of its fleet of 13 Boeing 757-300s and is negotiating with a Chinese carrier over the sale of six 757-300s in what would be a significant further reduction of the once 47-aircraft fleet. Trade unions Ver.di and Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) were upset about the plans, with Ver.di saying the move was an act of incredibility. Condor and its unions are in negotiations over cutting EUR80 million in annual staff costs and improve ...

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