FRANKFURTLufthansa's (LHAG.DE) cabin crew union said that resuming its strike on Monday after a one-day pause would ground flights at three of the German airline's major airports for almost the entire day.
The UFO union said in a statement on Sunday that the strike on Monday -- part of a week-long walk-out to push demands in a dispute over retirement benefits -- would affect all short and long-haul flights under the Lufthansa brand at Frankfurt and Duesseldorf from 0330 to 2200 GMT.
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