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German union calls one-day strike at Lufthansa on Monday

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    The German services sector union Verdi called for a one-day walkout by Lufthansa staff at German airports on Monday in an escalating pay dispute.

    "Verdi has called on Lufthansa employees to stage full-day warning strikes at German airports on April 22 after management failed to come up with a negotiable pay offer in the third round of pay talks on April 17," the union said in a statement, released Friday.

    Verdi is calling for a 5.2-percent pay increase for 33,000 Lufthansa ground staff, plus employees of the subsidiaries Lufthansa-Systems, Lufthansa Service Group (LSG), Lufthansa Technik and Lufthansa Cargo, as well as those cabin crew members who are Verdi members.

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