FRANKFURT, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Pilots at German flag carrier Lufthansa went on strike on Monday after last-ditch attempts to reach a compromise failed, the airline said. Lufthansa said in a statement: "We hereby confirm that the strike, which was initiated by the Vereinigung Cockpit trade union, began at midnight" (2300 GMT on Sunday). The strike is due to run for four days. Monday was also the final day of a cabin crew strike ballot at Lufthansa's rival British Airways over similar ...
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