Frankfurt / Main (AP) - The union UFO wants to inform about how it continues in the tariff conflict at Lufthansa. Earlier, both sides had reportedly met on Sunday for talks to explore a possible mediation.
Initially, information did not reach the outside. Ufo and Lufthansa had agreed in advance to maintain strict silence. One needs the confidentiality, in order to solve difficult legal questions, had Lufthansa boss Carsten Spohr said.
UFO spokesman Nicoley Baublies stressed that the union would speak on Monday about how to proceed. If no agreement is reached, there are renewed strikes in the room. They could also be extended to other Lufthansa companies such as Germanwings, Eurowings Deutschland, LufthansaCityLine and SunExpress Deutschland.
Ufo calls in the tariff conflict for the approximately 21,000 Lufthansa flight attendants higher expenses and allowances and better access for seasonal workers in regular employment.