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Airbus to sue in US, German spying row  Aviation giant says it will file a criminal complaint over allegations that German intelligence helped the US carry out industrial espionage Lufthansa pilots to go on strike  Pilots at German national airline said they would go on strike on Wednesday, affecting the airline's short and medium-haul flights German airports reopen as ash dissipates  The peak of a cloud of volcanic ash that forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights has passed, Iceland's prime minister said Volcano ash shuts German airports Map of Hamburg
Lufthansa to suspend flights to Venezuela

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  The German airline, Lufthansa, has announced that it will suspend flights to Venezuela from 18 June due to economic difficulties in the country

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  Hamburg: Germany is closing its northern airspace on Wednesday because of ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland

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  About 4,000 pilots have gone on strike for four days in a dispute over job security. Lufthansa has cancelled 3,000 flights and has warned of delays
 The carrier's offer of unconditional talks with the pilots was not taken up
Lufthansa strike threatens global pain
  A 4-day strike by the pilots' union threatens one of the world's largest airlines and may disrupt travel on more than two dozen partner airlines
Feb.17 Pilots in strike threat at Lufthansa  Europe's largest airline by revenues faces a damaging four-day strike by its pilots in an escalating confrontation

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Mar.5 Strike hits scores of flights   Munich: Airlines canceled more than 200 flights operating out of Frankfurt and Munich, Germany's two largest airports, because of a public workers' ...

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Dec.4 Airlift airport to close   Berlin: Historic Tempelhof Airport, which played a key role in the airlift in the wake of World War II, will close to passengers in 2008 Nov.22 Airbus fears 'weak-dollar death'
Map of Hamburg  Hamburg: The weak dollar is threatening the survival of European planemaker, chief executive Tom Enders told workers Feb.28 Airbus to cut 10,000 jobs
  France: CEO Louis Gallois announced the restructuring plan: 10,000 jobs cut over four years; 4,300 in France, 3,700 in Germany

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