Lufthansa Weighs Cutting More Jobs as Travel Slump Endures

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a group of people standing in a room: A Deutsche Lufthansa AG crew member holds sachets of disposable handwipes as the airline and airport operator Fraport AG showcase new coronavirus safety measures at Frankfurt Airport in Frankfurt, Germany, on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Deutsche Lufthansa said a low turnout at its extraordinary general meeting next week is placing its 9 billion-euro ($10 billion) German bailout at risk of falling apart.


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A Deutsche Lufthansa AG crew member holds sachets of disposable handwipes as the airline and airport operator Fraport AG showcase new coronavirus safety measures at Frankfurt Airport in Frankfurt, Germany, on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Deutsche Lufthansa said a low turnout at its extraordinary general meeting next week is placing its 9 billion-euro ($10 billion) German bailout at risk of falling apart.

Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Europe’s biggest airline, is working on further belt-tightening measures that could result in the elimination of 20,000 more jobs, according to newspaper NZZ am Sonntag.

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The steps are currently being hammered out by the management of the German carrier and could be communicated in September, the Swiss newspaper reported on Sunday, citing two people it didn’t identify. The cuts under consideration for September would be on top of measures already publicly announced, NZZ am Sonntag said.

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