German cabin crew union UFO threatened Lufthansa with further strikes after the holiday period, just weeks after a two-day stoppage brought air traffic across the country to a standstill.
The statement from UFO was issued after talks with Lufthansa and mediators late Sunday.
Lufthansa was forced to cancel 1,500 flights in November because of a two-day strike that UFO organized in its push for better pay and benefits for its 21,000 staff members.
The union had threatened to extend strikes to Lufthansa's four German subsidiaries – Germanwings, Eurowings Germany, Lufthansa City Line and SunExpress Germany – but subsequently agreed to refrain from further strike action while negotiations were ongoing.
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