The German Lufthansa Group, the parent company of, among others, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings and Lufthansa, not to lay off staff in Germany to fly to. The company is said to that conclusion on the basis of the latest developments in the aviation industry, and in the course of the discussions with the social partners.
"It was our goal to make redundancies as much as possible, but this is Germany, not the more realistic", according to Lufthansa on Thursday at the presentation of the interim financial statements. The financial results have been dramatic, with a loss of 3.6 billion euros from January to June, compared with a loss of 116 million in the prior year.
Lufthansa has announced that it already plans to. The first cutbacks were in the beginning of april, has announced, at the beginning of July, it was the icing on the cake is done. In total, some 22,000 full-time jobs within the Lufthansa group are to be cancelled. At the end of June, the Germans had a total of a little more than 129.000, though more than 8,000 in less than a year ago.
In the United States and Asia, according to the spokesperson for Lufthansa has been fired, as there was no other solution for this issue. "In view of the progress of the discussions with the trade unions and works councils, it seems that we are in Germany, but not dismissed, to escape."
In april, expecting to Lufthansa, the airport is located within just a few months to recover from the first blows of the coronacrisis, but for now, " says CEO Carsten Spohr, not to bid for the 2024 games is expected. "In particular, for the long-haul routes, there will be no quick recovery."